Total loan: $1,000
San Miguel Centro, , El Salvador / Food
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A loan helped to invest in his aunt's pupusa business.
Rodolfo Alexander's story
Rodolfo is 25 years old and studied through high school. He is single with no children and lives with his mother, who has a store in their home where she sells basic necessities. Rodolfo makes a living buying and selling vehicles. He started working in a mechanic's shop after finishing high school. He worked there for 3 years and learned how to sell used cars, a job that consists of obtaining the cars, repairing them, and selling them for a better price. He decided to become independent and currently parks the cars in the area around his home. The loan that he is requesting is for investing in the pupusa (stuffed tortillas) business of his aunt, since her customers are more demanding every day and there is not enough space for them in front of her home. Rodolfo's biggest dream is that his business continues to grow until he can have a lot with many cars on it. He also wants his family to stay together and prosper in their various businesses.