A loan of $525 helped to buy goods thereby creating a greater variety of goods for his business.


Daniel Antonio's story

Daniel Antonio, at 68 years old, is considered a fighter. Since he was 20 he decided to not be defeated by the problems caused by the state. These problems occurred in his birthplace called Urabá. Urabá is a town in the department of Antioquia. He had to leave this town because he was exiled to Medellín. In Medellín he learned a new business, shining shoes. After this, and thanks to desire to progress, he was able to secure a place in the town where he could locate his business. Today his business is in this location. Now he not only shines shoes, but also fixes them and also sells some sweets. This allows him to improve his earnings.
Daniel would like to have a larger location for his business that would have customer recognition. In this place he could sell a greater variety of products. In order to reach his goals he needs a loan. With this loan he will buy a variety of sweets and products to be used to repair shoes. In this way his business will begin to grow and his quality of life will grow also.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Esther Levandoski



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