A loan helped to buy an oven and ingredients such as flour, eggs, cold meats, etc.

Naun's story

Naun is a 58-year-old small-business owner and resident of the town of Soledad, where he lives with his partner and owns a business selling fried food and juice. Naun started this business approximately 2 years ago out of a desire to provide a better quality of life to his family and his household. He started his business with some small savings that he had, and through the passage of time managed to earn recognition in the area for his good work and for being a responsible person. He offers his services daily to his primary customers, who are people from nearby areas, neighbors, and passers-by. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he had to suspend his business because of mandates from the national government and health concerns. As a result, his sales and profits were drastically affected. Currently he is requesting his first Kiva loan with Fundación Santo Domingo to increase his business capital and for an oven and inventory of ingredients such as flour, eggs, cold meats, etc. in order to increase his sales and profits. Support him in this loan for his business.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Julie Arenson.

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It provides borrowers in micro businesses with affordable loans.

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