A loan of $1,000 helped to buy more products like meats, dairy products and treats like churros, soft drinks, bread, sweets, and other items to sell.


Hector Manuel's story

Hector is 65 years old and divorced. He lives in the municipality of San Pedro Sula. He used to work as a motorcycle transport provider for people. Six years ago, he decided to dedicate himself to a grocery store business, where he sells basic food items like bulk grains, soft drinks, dairy products, meats, churros, lozenges, canned goods and other grocery items. Hector has requested various loans from the institution in order to keep his business going. He is currently requesting another loan of 20,000 HNL, and he will buy more items like meats, dairy products, treats like churros, soft drinks, bread, sweets, and other items to stock his store and sell. His goal is to keep his business stable and economical.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Aesclinn Donohue



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