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Total loan: $175

Jefferson David

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Portoviejo, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Food

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A loan helped to buy liters of ice creams, breads, and sugar cones, and to pay for repair of his tricycle, etc.


Jefferson David's story

Jefferson David and his family live in Picoazá, known for its commerce and its religious festivals and for being a producer of vegetables, legumes, and tropical fruits. It is a source of progress, and, informally, it is the main commercial center of the province.

Jefferson David has a tricycle which he uses every day to sell artisanal ice creams made in the area with coconut, rum raisins, strawberries, and mixtures, depending on what his suppliers produce. He sells these throughout several sectors of the city, in neighborhoods, apartment complexes, beaches, parks, etc. He sells the ice creams on cones, in disposable cups, on bread, or as requested by his customers.

This loan is to buy liters of ice creams, breads, and sugar cones, and to pay for repair of his tricycle, etc. His dream is to have an ice cream cart to continue with his sales, and for his family to have very good health.