Total loan: $525

Deyvi Jose

Rubenia, MN, Nicaragua / Food

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A loan helped to buy sacks of rice, sugar and beans by the quintal for his grocery store.

Deyvi Jose's story

Deyvi stands out as being a persevering, hardworking person. For seven years he has worked running his grocery store, a business in inherited from his mother. Despite the fact that she gave the business to him, she always helps Deyvi with the administration and sales. Her son is her motivation to continue moving forward.

Deyvi wants a Kiva loan through MiCrédito to buy sacks of rice, sugar and beans by the quintal. He will also buy various products for the home, such as soap and dishwashing detergent, cartons of eggs, oils, and other products.

In the future Deyvi thinks of owning another store and investing in another grocery store. This would allow him to increase his earnings and improve his quality of life.