A loan of $775 helped supply his business of products such as basic grains, meat, sweets, soft drinks, juices, and others that he needs to keep inventory.


Elmer Evelio's story

Elmer is 34 years old, married, has a son, and lives in the village of Olanchito, Yoro, with his wife and son. Elmer decided to open his own grocery store with his spouse 9 years ago. He sells basic family goods such as rice, beans, meat, sausages, soft drinks, butter, soap, pasta, spices, oil, churros, juices, sweets, etc. This business is his source of income to support his family. The loan that he is requesting is for 15,000 HNL and is the third cycle, which will invest in products such as basic grains, meat, sweets, soft drinks, juices, and others that he needs to keep inventory. His plan is to sustain the business to give his son a good education.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Sarah Varney



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