A loan of $450 helped to buy blouses, shirts, children's outfits, and shoes.


Jorge Luis's story

Jorge is the proprietor of a clothing store where he has a variety of products such as t-shirts, children's outfits, pants, and underwear. His demand has grown and his customers ask him for leather shoes made in Masaya, an important commercial city in Nicaragua.

He needs a loan to buy an order of blouses, shirts, children's outfits, and shoes with which he projects he'll satisfy the needs of his customers.

After he finished secondary school, he set up his business with economic support from his mother, who also is a merchant of new clothing.

He's single and has a high potential for developing as a micro-entrepreneur of new clothing.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall



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