A loan of $900 helped to buy a drain pump because he cultivates during irrigable summer time. He will also buy work tools for his carpentry business.


Carlos Daniel's story

Carlos, 26, is a young entrepreneur who is married and has a son. He learned the carpentry business by working with his uncle and now he wants to do his own jobs and have his own equipment. He has been working in the business for 13 years.

He also grows corn and raises pigs to sell. He buys supplies and materials in the city which is three kilometers away and he travels there by bus.

The loan he is requesting through Fundación Campo is to buy a draining pump as he cultivates during irrigable summer time. He will also use the loan to buy work tools for his carpentry business (electric brush, lathe, etc.)

Through the investment Carlos hopes to have the capital to buy irrigation equipment for his crops and tools for his carpentry work. Both these businesses are the means of income for him and his family.

Caarlos wants to have enough resources to support his family and go back to school because he only finished high school. He wants to study to become a professional.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Sherry Bess



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