A loan of $1,250 helped to buy basic grains, meat, dairy products, soft drinks, candy, and fried snacks to sell in his store.


Williams Alberto's story

Williams is 33 years old, married with three children, and lives in the municipality of Tela, Atlantida. He had been working in a private business, but when he became unemployed he decided to open his own business to make an income for his family. The business is located in a building he has been renting for a year, and he sells basic grains, groceries, soft drinks, dairy products, juices, and eggs by the carton, among other products.

He is requesting a second loan of 25,000 lempiras from ODEF in order to buy basic grains, meat, dairy products, soft drinks, candy, and fried snacks to sell in his store. His goal is to increase his earnings so that in future he can have a small supermarket and improve his and his family's quality of life.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Elizabeth Meravi



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