A loan of $775 helped to purchase rice, chicken, vegetables, and other things for his store.

Daniel's story

Daniel, 33, lives with his partner and daughter in the house he bought thanks to his determination in his everyday job.

Daniel is a profit-oriented man. He makes a living selling foodstuffs (rice, vegetables, chicken, meat, canned food, and other things). He has worked in this field for 5 years and always has the help of his wife.

Daniel says that in order to get his business, he had many difficulties because he did not have any income. However, over time, selling his coffee plants and, above all, the loans that MFP and its donors offered , he was able to grow his store.

Currently he is an expert in his business, attending amicably to his clientele.

With the loan he obtained, he will invest it in the inventory for his store because it is his primary source of revenue.

This is his third loan and once again he is thankful for the support of financiers who believe in his ability of repayment. At his communal bank, he enjoys working with such supportive and fine colleagues.

With the loan of 2,000 nuevos soles, he will stock up on sacks of rice, chicken, and vegetables, among other necessary items for his store.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Clemens Mayer

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