A loan of $1,300 helped to buy leather wallets so he can decorate them with embroidered colored cloth and sell them together with sweaters and backpacks made from embroidered cloth.

Daniel's story

Daniel is single. He does not have any children and he lives with his parents in their home. His house can be found in the Villa Estrellas zone of Belén in the city of El Alto. He attended school through middle school and he works decorating crafts that he distributes in the interior of the country. His crafts are colorful sweaters and backpacks made of embroidered cloth called aguayo (aguayo is a fabric made with threads of many different colors).

He needs the loan to increase his capital primarily so that he can acquire leather wallets that he will decorate with different colors of aguayo. Daniel's dream is to have a store where he can sell many different types of crafts.

This is the fourth time he has sought a loan through IMPRO and his third time through Kiva.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Emily Hildreth

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