Total loan: $1,100
El Transito, San Miguel Department, El Salvador / Food
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A loan helped to buy flour, eggs, sugar and milk to expand his bakery.
Jose Yobani's story
Yobani, 34 years old, is a biker. He studied until 7th grade, but due to the low level of economic resources his family had, it was impossible to continue. Now he's married and has two children. His wife spends her time on household activities and supports him in baking and selling bread, as they've installed a bakery in their house. Yobani has a truck that he uses to make trips to football teams in his community, and this generates additional income to cover his household's necessities. He also installed a bakery in his house about a year ago. His wife is the one who supports him in this work. They get up very early to make the product and later go out to sell it to houses in their community. He will use the loan to buy flour, eggs, sugar and milk to expand the bakery, since he's having a lot of demand that's difficult to meet because the location where he makes the bread is too small. Yobani's dream is to expand the bakery, generate more employment in his community, increase his income and give his family a dignified standard of living.