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Total loan: $1,000

Reyna Margarita

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Ciudad El Triunfo, Usulután Department, El Salvador / Food

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A loan helped to buy corn, cheese, beans, pork, oil, vegetables, chicken, etc.


Reyna Margarita's story

Reyna graduated high school and started college, but then dropped out. She is married and her husband is a merchant who has his own store. She has two children, of whom one attends school, and the other already left school.

Reyna has an eatery where she sells pupusas (stuffed tortillas), chicken sandwiches, and soft drinks in the mornings. She started this business two years ago. The reason why she started working was because she needed to generate income. After she closes her eatery, Reyna helps her husband with managing his store.

Reyna has set up her business at home because she does not want to travel a long distance. She is very enterprising and has received the help of nine Kiva loans, all of which she has repaid.

She needs a new loan to buy corn, cheese, beans, pork, oil, vegetables, chicken, etc. to make and sell pupusas and chicken sandwiches.

Reyna hopes to increase sales and improve her household financial situation.