A loan helped to buy clothing and building materials (sand, cement, bricks, and more).

Greyvi's story

Young Greyvi is 24 years old and a trader.

He has been making a living selling used clothing for two years. He started the work as a builder's labourer, and was thereby able to save and open his own small business with his own hard work and a mentality for earning more. To continue this, Greyvi will invest in more merchandise to have more to offer his customers. The business is currently going well and Greyvi has more capital.

Greyvi is therefore applying for a loan from Fundenuse with Kiva funds to buy merchandise (clothing) and to finish building his home.

Amongst Greyvi's goals for the future is the plan to buy a stall in the municipal market to open his business and stop renting. In the short-term, his goal is to pay off this loan on time and finish building his house.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Iain Gaw.

This loan is special because:

It provides young Nicaraguan entrepreneurs the financial means to grow or start their own business.

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