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Total loan: $1,700

G.s Las Casitas # 3 Group

Choluteca, Choluteca, Honduras / Food

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A loan helped to purchase corn, sorghum, beans, and more.


G.s Las Casitas # 3 Group's story

Martires, over 40 years old, is an enterprising, humble and very hard-working person, who lives with his wife and child. His source of income comes from his business which consists of buying and selling grains. The time that he has been doing this work is 11 years, he has his sales location in his house, and his customers are his neighbors and other people who live in neighboring communities. Due to the drought, and that there wasn't a harvest, he is investing more to satisfy his customers' demand.

Martires, with that loan that he is requesting, will purchase corn, sorghum and beans, since this will allow him to expand his inventory to give his customers better service, and so, to sell them the quantity they need.

His dream is to expand his business to meet his customers' demand. This is his second loan with Prisma and Kiva and he hopes that it continues offering him the support he needs so much.

He is asking for the group loan and his group is made up of Orlando, who gets his income from his business transporting people in his motorcycle taxi, cutting wood and swelling it, cattle, work that he does with his wife and children since he has the means of doing these jobs and has done them for over 6 years; Armando, who gets his income from his business transporting in his motorcycle taxi and pickup truck, his store, and cattle, work that he does with his wife and children in his house and also runs a store in his house; and Magdaleno who gets his income from his business (selling wood and chainsaw service), he has been doing this work for 10 years.

Choluteca, Honduras – March 2016