This smily man is the father in a family business outside of Masaya, Nicaragua that produced corn tortillas, pork rinds (chicharron) and beans. Two of his daughters were Kiva borrowers, meaning they had received small loans funded through the internet from Kiva lenders. They used their credit to grow the family business.
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