A loan of $525 helps to increase his business working capital and for the purchase of consumables like fruits, plantains, cassava, and a greater variety of fish.
Juan David's story
Juan David is a micro-entrepreneur who is 27 years of age. He is a resident of the city of Barranquilla, where he lives together with his romantic partner, and where he owns a business selling vegetables, fish, and fruit.
Juan started this business more than 5 years ago, approximately. The gentleman offers his services daily to his main customers, who are neighbors, passersby, and people nearby to the area, accepting payments in cash and on credit. The gentleman has gained himself a reputation in the area, of being a responsible and hardworking person.
Because of the pandemic, he had to suspend his activities and his income was drastically impacted.
Currently, he is requesting his first Kiva loan with Fundación Santo Domingo to be able to increase his business working capital and for the purchase of consumables like fruits, plantains, cassava, and a greater variety of fish, so that he can increase his number of sales and profits. Do support him in this loan for his business.