A loan of $1,200 helped to buy chicken, colas, juices, rice, and other supplies for his rotisserie shop.

Galo Lorenzo's story

Sr. Galo is 50 years old and lives in La Libertad. He began selling roasted chickens so that he could generate household income and help his wife with the expenses. Galo has done very well since opening his rotisserie shop.

He and his wife work together every day of the week. The challenges they face in their business include dealing with thieves in the community. Galo is married and his wife is a seamstress. He has no children.

With this loan, Galo will buy supplies for his business such as chicken, colas, juices, rice, and other items. He wants to have a roasted chicken establishment that is well-known so that he can generate income for his family.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

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