A loan of $800 helped purchase shirts, blouses and other clothing for his clothing retail, as well as farming supplies for his farming business.

Jose Renan's story

José is a very hard-working person, and he devotes himself to his business selling men's and women's clothing, which he has had for four years. He carries out his business by motorcycle, relying on customers from various communities. He also relies on the support of his wife in running the business.

José also plants yucca and some simple grains, generating extra income toward his family's assets. With the support from his previous loans, he was able to build his home and purchase additional products, and he has come out on top. He is an entrepreneur in the community.

With this loan, he will purchase blouses, shirts, swimming trunks, undergarments, as well as farming supplies for preparing the ground for planting corn, yucca, and beans for his other business.

José dreams of having a stall for his shop and of being able to buy a grocery to expand his business and improve his income.

Danlí, Honduras - April 2013

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Shannon Skoglund

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