A loan of $1,075 helped to buy hard drives, monitors, keyboards, etc.

Roberto Carlos's story

Roberto, 30, is single and has no children. He says he began only putting together parts for two computers and later sold them, and saw that it turned out well for him. He continued buying computer parts, putting them together, and selling. It's better for him to buy parts in Guayaquil because it's cheaper.

He wants to have a business selling computers. His dream is to open shops in Quevedo and sell them to other cities. He wants to be a computer distributor.

With the loan he wants to buy hard drives, monitors, keyboards, etc.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall

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