A loan of $400 helped to buy lumber and tools.

Vela Mozombite's story

Waldir, 25, is a hardworking, enterprising man who very much wants to get ahead. He’s single and has no children. He lives comfortably with his father, mother and younger sister in his parents’ house.

Waldir’s business is selling lumber. He sells it periodically to customers in the capital. He also takes care of processes to ship lumber to firms. He’s been in this business for two years. He also has a small motor repair shop at home that’s been in operation for a year. He considers his business to be profitable because of the profits it nets. He likes his businesses because they provide him income to cover household expenses and continue working and seeking ways to get ahead. As a result of the profitability of his lumber sales, he plans to expand the volume of his shipments and to enlarge his repair shop.

This is his second MFP loan and he hopes for your collaboration to make his plans reality. On the other hand he feels good in his communal bank because he considers the group to be quite efficient. He will use the requested 1,000 new soles to buy lumber to fill his pending shipping orders. He will also buy some work tools like wrenches for his repair shop.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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