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Angela Lucia
Ángela is 26 years old, single, and with no dependents. She works very hard and enthusiastically in her small business, a mini market, where she sells a variety of basic products for the home, such as: toilet paper, basic grains (beans, corn, rice), sauces for cooking, soft drinks in plastic bottles, etc., things that her customer use every day. She also has a cafeteria and a cybercafé. She completed her secondary education, graduating with a high school diploma in education. She does not currently work in her field, so she decided to open her business. The place where she has her different businesses located is in her parents' house. They have supported her with everything necessary so that she could excel in life and so that she could carry out her ideas. Her customers for the cybercafé are university students who study in the local university on the weekends. She offers them printing and photocopying services, sweets, etc.

She is thankful to God for the customer demand she has and so she requested financing to buy products such as corn flour, colas in cans, Naturas brand juices, instant soups, shortening, and other things that will help her to increase her sales and strengthen her small mini market.

Her plans for the future are to continue expanding her businesses and see them grow by buying more equipment. She wants to be competitive in the area so that in the future her children will have a better wellbeing and a better future.
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Ángela es una joven de 26 años de edad, soltera y sin ninguna dependencia la cual trabaja arduamente y con mucho entusiasmo en su pequeño negocio de mini mercadito en el cual vende una variedad de productos que son básicos en el hogar como: papel higiénico, granos básicos ya pesados (frijoles, maíz, arroz), salsa para cocinar, refrescos de botella plástica, etc. que diariamente se consume por cada uno de sus clientes acompañado de una cafetería y un ciber café. Ella tiene un grado de educación secundaria completo graduándose como bachiller en educación y que actualmente no ejerce su profesión por lo que mejor decidió implementar su negocio. El lugar donde tiene ubicado sus diferentes actividades económicas es en la casa de sus padres los cuales la han apoyado en todo lo necesario para que ella pueda superarse en la vida y sus ideas pueda llevarlas a cabo. Su clientela para su ciber café y su cafetería son los alumnos que estudian en la universidad de la zona los fines de semana ofreciéndoles servicios de impresión, fotocopia, golosinas, etc.
Por lo que ella mediante la demanda de clientela que tiene y agradece a Dios por darle esa satisfacción ha solicitado financiamiento para la compra de insumos como harina de comal, cola lata, jugos naturas, sopas instantáneas, manteca, entre otros que ayudaran a incrementar las ventas y a fortalecer su pequeño mini mercadito.
Sus planes a futuro son los de poder seguir ampliando más sus negocios verlos crecer mediante la compra de más equipo de trabajo y poder hacerlo competitivo en la zona para que el día de mañana sus hijos tengan un mejor bienestar y un mejor futuro.

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These loans are designed for young Honduran women between ages 16 and 29 who want to start their own businesses to launch their careers. COMIXMUL offers training sessions through its sister organization FUDEIMFA that will culminate in clients writing their own business plans and receiving their first loans. The main difference between this product and other COMIXMUL loans is that the institution normally requires the client to already have an established business in order to be eligible for a loan. However, COMIXMUL is waiving this requirement for young women who attend the training sessions.

About Honduras

  • $4,200
    Average annual income
  • 35
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    Honduras Loans Fundraising
  • $7,982,500
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 20.4
    Honduras Lempiras (HNL) = $1 USD
Paying Back

This loan has been fully funded!

A loan of $2,950 helped Angela Lucia to buy food products for her mini market.
8% repaid
Repayment Term
44 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Irregularly
Pre-Disbursed:
Oct 29, 2013
Listed
Nov 10, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible