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Total loan: $1,500

Walter Dolores

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, , El Salvador / Manufacturing

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A loan helped to buy soil, sand, raw clay, and two metal carts so that he will have sufficient raw materials and work equipment to improve his production of bricks.


Walter Dolores's story

Walter is single and does not have children. He lives with his parents and he helps them economically. He does not have family living abroad.
Walter works making bricks from clay. He works from 6:00am and finishes his working day when he has produced 480 bricks.
The artisanal process that he follows to make bricks is to mix sand, clay, earth, and water and later to give the mix form and bake the bricks in a kiln.
His business advantage is that he has good experience as his father taught him this work when he was very young.
He opened his own business 10 years ago.
He will use the loan to buy earth, sand, raw clay, and two metal carts so that he will have enough raw materials and work equipment to improve his production of bricks and to reduce costs.
There is no risk for the investment because, if he has a hard time working, his dad will run the business.
Walter wants to buy a vehicle to transport his finished products so that he can make more profit. He comments that his parents are happy because, through the loan, he will have the opportunity to progress and that, if it were necessary, they would pay-off the debt.