A loan of $725 helped to continue construction of a wall which she has already begun, until she finishes it to make her property and her family safer.


Sugey Del Socorro's story

Sugey is still working in the tax-free zone as a document processor, a job she has done for several years. She is responsible for putting on stamps and numbering the pieces, and she makes an effort to finish more than a thousand pieces because she is paid per packet. Her husband also works as an industrial mechanic, also in the tax-free zone. Their children study and are about to finish the school year.

Sugey is happy because she has been able to make improvements to her house. With the loans the institution has given her for three loan cycles, she was able to make the children's bedroom larger for better privacy and comfort for everyone.

Now, with this new loan she can continue building a wall that she has started behind the house. She will continue building the concrete wall until she finishes this one to make her property safer, as well as her children who are alone after they come home from school. This will make her calmer as a mother, and she will have greater satisfaction from being able to complete the work with these loans that have given her the chance to have decent housing.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer



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