A loan of $525 helped to buy dried fish and chicken for his business.

Wilmer Jonathan's story

Wilmer, 26, lives with his wife. He doesn't have dependent children. He lives in a community in San Lorenzo in the south of Honduras but doesn't have his own house; he lives in his parents' house. He has made a living for three years selling all types of fish, chicken, menudo [trip stew], and cold meat.

Wilmer's business is in the old market of San Lorenzo. His customers are the friends, neighbors, and people who visit that place daily. He's a young entrepreneur who wants to continue working and striving to give his family a better life. He's a great example of courage and dedication.

Wilmer's requesting the loan to buy dried fish and chicken. With the support of this loan he wants to stock his business more, and he hopes his income will improve.

Wilmer is happy to continue working with Prisma. His dream is to have his own house and improve his business more.

San Lorenzo, Honduras, January 2013.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall

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