A loan of $1,375 helped a member to buy sheet metal, soldering electrodes, and other materials for his shop.

Gs Denis Group's story

Denis is an enterprising person working in his community. His main source of income is his business, where he sells and repairs coffee pulpers. He has been doing this for fifteen years. He has a small shop set up in his home, and his customers are mainly people from the mountainous areas of Jamastran. These machines take the pulp out of coffee beans, and since they get constant use during the season, Denis is in charge of repairing them.

Denis is requesting this loan in order to buy materials like sheet metal, soldering electrodes, and other items for his shop. His dream is to have a larger shop and all the necessary tools.

He is requesting the loan as a group, alongside the following people: Juan works in retail and has run a small grocery store from his home for two years. Gloria has three hens and has been working selling eggs for two years. None of them have enough capital to meet their customers' demand, and they want to get ahead with support from Prisma and Kiva.

Danlí, Honduras – April 2014

In this group: Denis Omar, Juan Francisco, Gloria Cecilia

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Mariana Sanchis

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