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  • n. Mozambican metical

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Examples

  • The previous loan was for 7,000 MZN, for the same purpose.

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  • This is his 2nd loan, which has a value of 10,000 MZN.

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  • He has been at this job for more than 24 years and earns a monthly salary of 3,300 MZN.

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  • This is her fourth loan, for 10,000 MZN, which she plans to use to buy construction materials (cement, rebar, sand, stone and others) to continue building her residence.

    Kiva Loans

  • The previous loans were for 10,000, 15,000 and 30,000 MZN, all for the same purpose.

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  • The earlier loans were for 7000 MZN. and 15000 MZN., and were both for the same purpose.

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  • He earns a monthly salary of 7150 MZN., with which he pays his household expenses as well as saving some in his bank account.

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  • This is his third loan, for 16000 MZN., with which he plans to buy construction material (galvanized roofing, cement, steel doors and rebar) in order to continue building his house.

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  • The product that she sells the most is eggs, which cost MZN 680 a box, and which provides her an income of MZN 7,000 a month.

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  • The previous loans were of MZN 6,500; MZN 10,000; MZN 15,000; and MZN 15,000, for her business and for housing.

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