A loan of $1,400 helped to take the school minivan to an auto shop for repairs.


Leke's story

Leke, who is in his early fifties, is married and has four children. They all live in a village in northern Albania. Because of his love for children, eight years ago, he purchased a minivan that he has been using it to take the children to and from school. “I wake up early in the morning and wait for the children to arrive so that I can drive them to school, including my own. During the summer months that the schools are closed, I use the vehicle to transport other people. However, during the school-time, I only use it for the children,” Leke said. “Recently, I experienced some problems with the minivan and I am not using it at the moment for safety reasons. This has caused some frustration within the community because parents have no vehicle to take their children to school. It would be very helpful for our community if I can start running the vehicle again,” Leke kept saying. Leke is requesting a loan to take the school minivan to an auto shop for the needed repairs.



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