A loan of $950 helps to incrase his work capital and to buy raw materials like fabric, thread, pins, and buttons among others.
Heyberth Jose's story
Heyberth is a young21-year-old entrepreneur who lives in the city of Baranoa, a place where he owns a tailor's business. Heyberth Jose started this business approximately three years ago after having learned everything about this trade from his mother. For this reason, he would like to get his family ahead and be able to give them a better quality of life. Over time, this young man has become recongized in the area as a responsible, hardworking, and very displicplined person. He provides his services daily to his main customers who are his neighbors, people in neighboring communities, and company contracts, with payments in cash and on credit.
At this time, his work has been suspended because of the Covid-19 pandemic, due to health and safety concerns. Therefore, he is applying for his first Kiva loan with the Santo Domingo Foundataion to be able to incrase this work capital and buy raw materials like fabric, thread, pins, and buttons among other things, in order to revive his work and be able to increase his number of sales and profits.
Please consider supporting him with his business loan.