A loan of $500 helped to buy merchandise such as rice, sugar, margarine, salt, coffee, sodas, milk products, meat, and cleaning supplies for his store.


Noe Amael's story

Noé, 69, is married, has four children, and lives in Petoa, Santa Bárbara. For 15 years, Noé has had his own grocery store, where his sells basic items like meats, canned goods, cleaning supplies, sodas, churros, sugar, and school shoes. He runs the store with his wife, and he also has a shoe shop, where he makes school shoes to sell. He has applied for a number of loans for his business and is now requesting 10,000 to buy merchandise such as rice, sugar, margarine, salt, coffee, sodas, milk products, meat, and cleaning supplies for his store. His goal is to keep his business going, support his family, and keep his finances in good order.

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