A loan helped to buy meat, basic grains, soft drinks and groceries to stock up the business.

Wuidmer Antonio's story

Wuidmer is 40 years old. He lives with his wife, with whom he has one son. They live in San Juan Pueblo, in the municipality of Esparta, Atlántida.
Wuidmer's business is a small grocery store where he sells products such as basic grains, meat, dairy products, soft drinks, cold meat and groceries, among other things. Wuidmer's wife helps out with the business by serving customers. As an extra source of income, Wuidmer also has a workshop where he produces balconies, gates and anything else made of iron. Wuidmer says he is very happy because both his businesses are going well and with all this work he has been able to provide his family with the essentials.
In order to stock up his business with products that customers need, Wuidmer is applying for a loan of 20,000 Lempira, which he will use to buy meats, grains,soft drinks and groceries.
Wuidmer's goal is to keep his two businesses afloat and stable so that he can always look after his family.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Iain Gaw.

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