A loan of $800 helped to buy bread milk, eggs, and cereals to stock his store.

Daniel Antonio's story

Daniel Antonio lives with his wife, a son, and a daughter-in-law. He has a little store where he sells juices, eggs, milk, bread, and candies. He tends to the store himself. In addition, to offer him some extra help, Daniel's wife makes tortillas, which she sells at noon and in the evening. Daniel helps her distribute them from house to house, with the idea of giving better service and thus obtaining new customers. Daniel as well as his wife are two hard-working, responsible people dedicated to having a better life. Daniel is applying to INTEGRAL for a loan so that he can have the necessary funds to invest in the store and buy a larger quantity of convenience products and basic necessities such as bread, milk, eggs, cereals, soap, detergent, shampoo, and other items, and also to buy a greater quantity of corn and in this way make more tortillas. Daniel's principal motivation is to be able to increase his sales in both businesses and in this way be able to live better, together with his wife.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Pam McMurry

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