A loan of $1,000 helped perishable products.

Werner Eduardo's story

Werner Eduardo A., 31, is a very responsible and hardworking person who works as a taxi driver at certain times or also rents the taxi out to earn more income. He also has a perishable goods store in his home, which is located in the town of Soyapango, in the department of San Salvador, where he lives with his wife, who is a housewife, and with their one-year-old son.

Werner divides the day between working in the taxi or in the store, which his wife tends when he is working outside the home. Werner is a very hardworking family man who wants the best for his son and wife. For this reason he is asking for a loan so he will have the necessary resources to invest in the store. He will buy greater quantities of staple products, above all food items, since near his home there is a fairly large shoe factory where many of the employees buy products from Werner's store, and he wants to take maximum advantage of this situation.

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