A loan of $750 helped to repair his father's mototaxi.


Victor Jesus's story

Victor is a young Peruvian who having finished secondary school and having no economic ability to study the career of mechanics decided to become a micro businessman and help his parents with household expenses. He and his family have gone through very difficult moments but with much effort and dedication have managed to get ahead and have learned not to give up.

Victor provides public transportation service in the small location of Parcone in Ica, Perú. He rises very early every day to lease the mototaxi he rents daily because his father’s is broken and he’s decided to save a bit of money in order to repair it and earn more income.

Every day Victor transports students in the area which allows him to earn daily earnings. He’s currently asking for economic support to repair his father’s mototaxi so he can drive it because it causes him much anguish to have a vehicle at home that doesn’t work and could be much more economical for him. With this, Victor wants to save what’s needed to buy a vehicle and continue helping his family.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz



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