A loan helped to purchase a cart to improve his business.

Guyli Jose's story

Guyli is a visionary 41-year-old Venezuelan citizen who, due to the socioeconomic crisis in his country, decided to migrate to Ecuador. He has lived in the city of Ibarra for 3 years with his spouse and child. When he arrived in this country, he worked as a street vendor and, in his free time, he provided serenades in restaurants and cafés in the city.

Currently, with great effort and desire to improve himself, Guyli decided to undertake his microenterprise selling natural juices. He needs a loan which will allow him to make a new cart which will serve as a sales point. His goal is to strengthen his business and make himself into a model of work for his fellow migrants. Guyli is grateful for your support which will help him to improve his family's quality of life.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Wendy Harris.

This loan is special because:

It helps all refugees, but primarily Venezuelan refugees, in Ecuador to rebuild their lives.

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