A loan of $1,500 helped to buy a small mill to grind coffee, so can continue earning income to fund his children's education.


Willian Reynaldo's story

Willian completed high school and is married. His wife does housework, and they have 4 children, two of which are in university, one in high school, and one in elementary school.

Willian has two corn mills, and he has been offering his services for ten years. A friend encouraged him to start his business. Previously, he worked as a motorcyclist.

He has one mill at home in his rural community, and the other in town. He works from 5:00 in the morning until 12:00 in the afternoon.

He will use the loan to buy a small mill for grinding coffee, so can continue earning income to fund his children's education. Additionally, it will allow him to improve his business and get more customers.

He would like to expand his business and have good equipment for work. This way he will be able to generate more income and continue supporting his children in their studies.

Translated from Spanish.


This loan is special because:

It gives opportunity to families living in high risk areas of El Salvador.



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