Total loan: $850

Nelsa Orfilia

Nueva Frontera, Santa Barbara., , Honduras / Food

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A loan helped buy rice, beans, sugar, soap, butter, candy, pop, and shirts, jeans, shoes and women's sandals.

Nelsa Orfilia's story

Nelsa is 56, married, and has four children. She lives with her husband and one daughter in a sector of Nueva Frontera, Santa Barbara. She has had a small store for 16 years. She sells basic staples, candy, pop, sugar, and other groceries). She also sells clothing and shoes, such as shirts, pants, and sneakers, as well as lotions and jewellery.
She has done five loan cycles in the institution and is currently requesting another for the sum of 30,000 lempiras. She will invest it in the purchase of rice, beans, sugar, ham, butter, candy, and pop, as well as shirts, jeans, shoes, and women's sandals.
With this she plans to invest in her business' inventory with the goal of improving her sales in this season, and to obtain better income. Her goal is to improve her store and to buy a vehicle to go out and sell her merchandise.