A loan of $500 helped to cover the costs of registering the title of the house where he lives, to transfer it into his name, as his parents left it to him as an inheritance.


Alberto's story

Alberto separated from his wife more than a year ago. He has two children, one of whom one is already independent and the younger one school-age.

They live in his parents' home, occupying two rooms. The house is located in the Tacagua area of the city of La Paz.

Currently he earns income from his pension, and now works at a cleaning company, as he is the only one covering his family's expenses for education, food and payment of basic services.

He needs the loan in order to cover the costs of registering the title of the house where he lives, to transfer it into his name, as his parents left it to him as an inheritance.

Alberto's dream is to have his house built to shelter his children.

It is the second time he has applied for a loan with IMPRO and Kiva.

In the previous loan channeled through Kiva, it was indicated that he lived in his own home, but actually it is his parents' home, which will now belong to him, after the registration of documents.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jeff Goldie



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