Total loan: $1,200
San Carlos, Morazan, Morazán Department, El Salvador / Retail
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A loan helped Purchase toilet paper, chicken, corn, and oil.
Juan Jose's story
Juan José works and also owns a small shop. He lives with his wife, Sandra Elizabeth, his two children, Jose Aristides of 18 years old and Wilber Alexander of 16 years old, and Sandra's mother. They reside in San Carlos, a department of Morazan. He has a shop in his house where he sells basic household products. He also works for San Carlos City Hall as a developer. The business is mainly run by his wife and his customers are all close neighbors that reside nearby. He is seeking a loan to invest in his business. His plans are to purchase merchandise that he still doesn't have yet, but which his customers are asking for. This loan would help him obtain a variety of products so that his clients will find everything that they need for their home. He plans to purchase toilet paper, oil, chicken, and corn. For Juan Jose, his main objective is to generate income in order to provide for his family and improve his service and attention to his customers to assure that his business and earnings are stable.