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Koblenz, RLP, Germany
Online Marketing & SEO Consultant
I loan because:
I believe everyone on this planet has the same value. No matter what the race or age, we all have an unique calling. Loaning on Kiva allows me to help others who also belive in themselves but live in developing countries where the circumstances are harder.
About me:
I am a Christian Husband to a wonderful wife in a small town in Germany. I was born in El Salvador during the Salvadoran civil war, which left my grandparents businesses ruined. This resulted in my grandparents moving to Canada, along with all my aunts and uncles after the war. My parents separated when I was at the age of 6 and my mother, my sister and I also left El Salvador to move to Canada. Growing up in Canada, I visited El Salvador often in the summer and lived there a couple of years after High School. Having the experience of living in both countries, there was one thing that became very clear to me: This world is unfair and the majority of the population knows it but chooses to do nothing about it. I decided I was not going to follow this trend and that I would dedicate my life to help my country and other developing countries, but also inspire other poeple to make a change. As the years have gone by, my plans have become more concrete and my passion is what drives me each day to keep going. I'f you would like to find out more, feel free to contact me. Apart from that, I help businesses around the world generate more income by getting them more visitors to their products and services through the internet. I am also an Instructor with thousands of students on Udemy in the field of Online Marketing.
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