A loan of $750 helped to stock up his business with products such as rice, sugar, butter, beans, bread, eggs, milk, cheese, cold cuts, pasta, cleaning products, donuts, and drinks.


Justiniano's story

Justiniano, 33, is single and lives in the town of Choloma, Cortes. For several years, he has worked at a private business. In the hopes of earning a better income, he decided to open his own grocery store business where he sells basic necessity products. He sells bread, butter, sugar, flour, rice, beans, cold cuts, cheese, donuts, sweets, and drinks.

He is requesting this loan of 15,000 HNL to stock up his business with products such as rice, sugar, butter, beans, bread, eggs, milk, cheese, cold cuts, pasta, cleaning products, donuts, and drinks. His plan is to increase sales to earn a better income and improve his home, and to be ale to have a family.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Amy Polenske



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