A loan of $600 helped to buy shoes and clothing for women.

Anonymous's story

This borrower lives in Guayaquil. He started out several years ago selling shoes, but afterwards he began selling brand-name clothing to his customers who like the merchandise he sells. For this reason, he has an established clientele.

His business is a boutique where he sells blouses, trousers, and shoes. The difficulties he must deal with include relapses that prevent him from working normally, so he must stay at home. The borrower is a patient who is living with HIV/AIDS. He is not married and has no children. The borrower appears to be a women because he is a transsexual.

With this loan, the borrower will buy shoes and clothing for women. His dream is start a family and enjoy being with them. He would also like to have a house of his own and a store at a shopping center so that he can provide jobs to people who are in the same situation.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer

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