A loan of $450 helped to buy various models of shoes for his store.

Cesar's story

Cesar is 57 years old. He and his wife live in a house they own. Cesar makes a living selling footwear such as sneakers, heels, sandals, etc. He sells both new and used shoes. Cesar has a small shop that he rents in a commercial zone where he can kindly treat his customers. Cesar also repairs shoes.
He has been working in this business for seven years. He considers his business to be successful because of the demand that exists for his products. Cesar enjoys this work because he is employed and has a source of income. He also has the freedom to make his own schedule. He hopes that in the future he will increase his capital and stock so he can see his business grow.

Cesar is requesting a loan of 1,200 Peruvian soles. He is grateful to all of the people who take part in offering him this loan that he needs in order to reach his goals. He pledges to make his repayments punctually. With this loan, Cesar will buy a variety of shoes for women, men, and children.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ellen Craven

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