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Total loan: $750

David De Jesus

Soledad (Atlántico), Atlantico, Colombia / Retail

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A loan helped to buy multipurpose items, sweaters, accessories made of steel (necklaces, earrings, chains, bracelets, anklets), kitchen towels and personal use items.


David De Jesus's story

David De Jesus is a young, 20-year-old entrepreneur who lives in the municipality of Soledad. He owns a general store, a business venture that began two years ago thanks to his aunt who raised him. She had this business for many years, and he learned about everything from products and providers to selling merchandise.

When David De Jesus was 15 years old, he would take charge and help her run the business. Once he came of age, his aunt left him the business and he took it over, dedicating all his energy to it. He is determined to capitalize and strengthen the business by purchasing innovative merchandise in larger amounts, thus offering his customers (friends, neighbors, passersby, and family members) a larger variety of products. He considers himself a responsible and kind young man who works hard and shows much love for his business.

He is requesting his first Kiva loan through Fundación Mario Santo Domingo. He will use the loan to buy products such as sweaters, accessories made of steel (necklaces, earrings, chains, bracelets, anklets), kitchen towels and personal and multi-use items. Please support him with his loan.