A loan of $400 helped to purchase staple products to stock his grocery store.

Williams's story

Williams is 27 years old. He lives in the house that he inherited from his parents, who died two years ago. He now lives with his two brothers in the city of Pampas.

In honor of his mother, starting very early every day, he takes care of her grocery store, which is located in the house. He says that the store was his mother's and he inherited it after she died. For this reason he takes care of it with great dedication. In spite of having studied for an electrical engineering career at a university, he continues with the business. "I work on an electrification project for the state, that job is temporary work depending on how long the project lasts," he says. That is his main problem, since during that time he closes the store and only opens during his free time. Currently he wants to add some food products that his customers asked him for.

This is his third loan with MFP, and during this time he has been able to cover some of the needs of his business, thanks to the financial support obtained. Because of this, he promises to be punctual with his repayments, since he does not want to fail the members of his association, who are responsible people.

Williams will use the money requested to purchase staple products for his grocery store.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Karen Monat

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