Total loan: $575


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La Dalia, Matagalpa Department, Nicaragua / Clothing

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A loan helped to purchase clothing and shoes.

Wilmer's story

Wilmer is a young entrepreneur, 25 years old. He likes to play soccer in his free time, in addition to spending time with his family. He would have liked to be a professional in the area of administration, however due to having limited economic resources, he was unable to finish his education.

So, from a very young age, he supported his father in the fields with the different crops that, with pride, he has produced and which have allowed him to subsist in addition to being able to save up and establish his business. He accompanied his father to the plots of land to help with the work, whether transporting water and food, or planting, weeding, everything that he could help with. He always had great desire that the yield would be successful.

Thanks to this desire to improve himself, with the savings he earned, he established a small business selling new clothing and shoes in the local market in his hometown and it has gone rather well for him.

He asks for a loan from FUNDENUSE with Kiva funds to purchase inventory of new clothing and shoes for women, men, and children. This will serve to meet the demand from the users who purchase these products in this season and also will generate more profits managing to improve his quality of life and that of his family. His future plans are to be able to expand the business.