Total loan: $3,000

Jennifer Elieth

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San José, San José Province, Costa Rica / Food

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A loan helped to buy flour, yeast, sugar, salt and milk and in planning the remodel of the shop such as painting and changing the bakery sign to make it more eye-catching.

Jennifer Elieth's story

Jennifer rises very early to prepare the ingredients that she will need to make the bread. At age 27, she already has three bakeries. She began her business with the support of the father of her son who offered her everything needed to create the delicious breads, sweet and salted, that delight her clients with the variety of products.

Her greatest support is her mother who along with her, prepares the flour that she uses to make the bread with loving care to be ready each morning for the customers.

She has requested a loan from Kiva through MiCrédito. With it, she will buy flour, yeast, sugar, salt, milk and plan for the remodeling of the shop like painting and changing the sign to make it more eye-catching.

In the future, she hopes to finish her studies and to be able improve her English.