A loan of $1,050 helped to buy groceries.


Darwin Lenin's story

Darwin, 22, is married and has a son. He is friendly, obliging, and happy. He has a small grocery store in his house where he works with his wife. He began six years ago selling household items such as sugar and rice and later added stock items suggested by his customers. He began as an entrepreneur and over time learned how to manage his business. The store opens at 6 a.m. and closes at 7 p.m. Darwin is requesting this loan to buy products such as rice, sugar, sodas, candies, churros, meats, toilet paper, detergents, soap, and other items. This loan will allow him to stock his business and continue a good income stream that will help support his family. His goal is to maintain his business and keep his family happy. This is Darwin's first loan cycle with FAMA; he has a good record of payment on previous loans.

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