Juan Carlos T. F., 33, lives in Tarija’s 4 de Julio neighborhood. He’s married to Carmen Susana Uztares and they have an 11-month-old son. Juan Carlos works as a medical equipment repairman and in the evenings he works as a waiter in several restaurants in Tarija; he’s been in this line of work for over 10 years.
Juan Carlos tells us that he’d like to have his own grilled meat sales business. He is asking for funds to buy a grill, tables, chairs, etc. so that he can start his business thus increasing his income.
Juan Carlos says that his greatest dream is to be able to provide his wife and son with comfort so that they will be happy. He also tells us that he’d like to use the next loan he requests to buy a piece of property.
EL SEÑOR JUAN CARLOS T. F. TIENE 33 AÑOS Y VIVE EN EL BARRIO 4 DE JULIO DE LA CIUDAD DE TARIJA. JUAN CARLOS ES CASADO CON LA SEÑORA CARMEN SUSANA UZTARES CON QUIEN TIENE 1 HIJO DE 11 MESES. JUAN CARLOS SE DEDICA AL MANTENIMIENTO DE EQUIPOS MEDICOS Y EN LAS NOCHES TRABAJA COMO GARZON EN LOS DIFERENTES RESTAURANTES DE LA CIUDAD DE TARIJA ACTIVIDAD QUE REALIZA DESDE HACE MAS DE 10 AÑOS .
JUAN CARLOS NOS CUENTA QUE QUIERE TENER SU PROPIO NEGOCIO DE VENTA DE CARNE A LA PARRILLA. EL CREDITO QUE ESTA SOLICITANDO SERA DESTINADO A LA COMPRA DE UN PARRILLERO, MESAS, SILLAS, ETC. PARA DE ESTE MODO PODER INICIAR SU NEGOCIO Y PODER TAMBIEN INCREMENTAR SUS INGRESOS .
JUAN CARLOS DICE QUE SU MAYOR SUEÑO ES PODER DARLES LA COMODIDAD A SU ESPOSA E HIJO PARA QUE SEAN FELICES . TAMBIEN NOS DICE QUE EL PROXIMO CREDITO QUE SOLICITE QUISIERA UTILIZARLO PARA LA COMPRA DE UN LOTE DE TERRENO.
CIDRE is a Bolivian microfinance institution with a strong social commitment to the community. It works to provide quality financial services to rural and peri-urban borrowers, focusing primarily on agricultural loans for dairy farmers and micro-enterprises. CIDRE targets segments of the population that have not traditionally had access to credit, and invests in much-needed community development projects. It is currently working with coca farmers in the Chapare region to replace coca with less controversial crops. Get more involved by joining the Friends of CIDRE lending team.