A loan of $1,400 helped to buy notebooks, pencil cases, colored pencils, highlighters, erasers, etc.

Maynor David's story

Maynor is 31 years old and lives in the city of Leon in Nicaragua. He is widowed and has one son. He is the owner of a small internet café. He started this business in order to put into practice what he learned on a course to become a computer technician. He started off with two computers and now has 11 and he sells school stationery supplies as well. He is grateful for the help that Kiva and MiCredito are offering him, and through their financing his business has been improving. He has more computers, keyboards, and mouses. To increase his income, he has decided to start a stationery store, and that is why he is requesting the loan so that he can buy notebooks, pencil cases, colored pencils, highlighters, paperclips, and erasers, etc. He wants to grow his business and turn it into a well-stocked stationery store as well as improving his cyber café with newer and faster PCs since most of his clientele are young people who are always looking for good computers and school supplies.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Geraldine Pugh

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