A loan helped to invest in the purchase of supplies such as beef, chicken, pork, flour, and cheese.


Jefferson Eliecer's story

Jefferson Eliecer, 32, is a micro-entrepreneur who lives in the city of Barranquilla with his family. He has been in the business of selling fast food for one year. His business idea developed one year ago with a restaurant where he mainly served fast food, and he also sold fried food and appetizers for parties and meetings. He sets up his business stand from Mondays to Sundays, resting on a weekday since he has his biggest sales on weekends. This business is his only source of income and allows him to support his family. However, due to the Covid-19 global pandemic, his business declined due to bio-safety issues, and his income decreased drastically. For this reason, he is requesting his first Kiva loan with Fundación Santo Domingo to invest in the purchase of supplies such as beef, chicken, pork, flour, and cheese. Support him with a loan for his business.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Eleanor Francoletti-Putz.


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