A loan of $1,225 helped to supply his grocery store with food products and to buy raw materials for his shoe shop.

Darwin Eduardo's story

Darwin is 42 years old, married with two children, and lives in the town of LaFlecha, Santa Barbara.

He has been in business for five years. He has a grocery store (basic food products, dairy products, sausages, meat, cheese, soft drinks, cleaning products, etc.), and a shoe shop (making or repairing shoes such as slip-on shoes, school shoes for girls or boys, tennis shoes, etc.). Both of these activities take place at his home.

He is asking for his third loan from the institution in the amount of 25,000 lempiras and he will invest it in the purchase of more products for his grocery store and more supplies for his shoe shop, such as thread, leather, and other items.

His goal is to have his businesses debt free, always be family owned, and to see his businesses grow day by day.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Gail LeGrand

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