A loan of $1,175 helped purchase of goods such as meat, milk, eggs, sugar, flour, sodas, beer, rice, noodles, etc.

Aurelio's story

Mr. Aurelio M. is 50 years old and he is married with two children. He is the owner of a small store, Despensa San Antonio, and he has cows that produce milk that he also sells in his store. Mr. M. also makes and sells cheese.

Mr. M. has run the store for more than 25 years; sales are usually good because the store is located in the downtown area of the city of Piribebuy, where one can find a good crowd of people every day of the week.

Thanks to the loan he will receive from Fundación Paraguaya, Mr. Megarejo will keep his store well-stocked and he will be able to buy more merchandise of all sorts, especially products that are sold on a daily basis: meat, sugar, oil, eggs, noodles, etc.

Mr. M. states that he needs to buy a three-door freezer to keep drinks cold because on the weekends his drink sales are very strong. In the hot summer months, cold drinks are the products that sell most, along with chicken and beef.

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