Total loan: $75

Abel Antonio

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Cartagena de Indias, Bolivar, Colombia / Retail

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A loan helped to have working capital to increase his inventory of household products, groceries, and beverages.

Abel Antonio's story

Abel Antonio is a 54-year-old micro-entrepreneur who lives in the city of Cartagena with his spouse. He has owned a business for 3 years where he sells meats, fruits, vegetables, hygiene products, sweets, etc. His business started with his spouse selling stationery products and goods. Over time they adapted a place in their home and expanded the business to a mini store. It has very good sales and great projections. It has a positive impact on the community since it contributes to the neighborhood economy. This commercial activity is the one that helps with the sustenance of his home and his personal dreams.

But due to the COVID-19 pandemic that occurred worldwide, his work level deteriorated due to biosafety issues and his income fell drastically.

For this reason, he requests his first loan with the Fundación Santo Domingo foundation in order to have working capital to increase his inventory of household goods, groceries, and beverages. Support him in his loan for his business.