A loan of $500 helped convert vehicle to run on natural gas.


Edgar Reynaldo's story

Reynaldo works in public transportation as a driver for the Trufi 88 route (trufis are taxis that operate like buses, with fixed routes). He belongs to the Eduardo Avaroa union. This is his main source of income, with which he supports his two young daughters, who both attend public school. His wife only works at home. The couple rents a home in the Satellite City neighborhood of El Alto, Bolivia.


Reynaldo plans to use this loan to convert his trufi to run on compressed natural gas instead of gasoline. He estimates that by doing so, he will save 40% of what he currently spends to fill his tank.


This is his first credit with IMPRO; he has been approved for the loan based on a credit evaluation conducted by the institution.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Cynthia McMurry



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