A loan of $800 helped to buy household goods and men's and women's clothes.

Anonymous's story

The client lives in Duran. He sold lottery tickets, but he was robbed. He decided to change businesses. He now sells household goods and clothes. He works alone, and he visits his customers by going door to door.

His work is walking every day. He gets customers by going door to door so that they buy the clothes or goods that he sells. The difficulty is the thieves because he is afraid they will rob him. His difficulty is also his illness because he is a PVVS (person living with HIV/AIDS).

He is not married, but he has two daughters, ages 11 and 9. They both go to public school.

He will use the loan to buy household goods and clothes in order to continue selling.

His dream is to finish his house in order for his daughters to have a peaceful life.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish

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