Total loan: $675

Sinia Marbely

El Progreso., Yoro Department, Honduras / Food

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A loan helped to buy basic necessities such as rice, corn, dairy products, meats, candy, soft drinks, vegetables, and more, in order to have a larger inventory and attract more customers.

Sinia Marbely's story

Sinia is 26 years old and married. She has one child and lives in the town of El Progreso, Yoro. She has her own small grocery store business where she sells basic necessities such as rice, beans, sugar, flour, butter, snacks, soft drinks, bread, and other groceries.

She started her grocery store business three years ago and this is how she makes a living. Currently, she is requesting a loan of 15,000 Lempiras from ODEF to buy other products to sell at her grocery store such as soft drinks, canned goods, meats, snacks, candy, flour, corn, sugar, rice, and basic grains. She aims to have a variety of products so that she can sell more. Her goal is to grow her business to bring in more income and provide for the needs of her business and her family.