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Total loan: $1,325

Breyera Group

Pantasma, Jinotega Department, Nicaragua / Food

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A loan helped to buy rice, sugar, cooking oil, coffee, eggs, etc.


Breyera Group's story

Santos is a hardworking 23-year-old young woman. She's single and is a small business owner. She started her business by selling cosmetics by catalog. Afterward, with the humble profits she made from this business, she invested in groceries which, in turn, started her current grocery store. In the three years that she has run this business, it has become her main economic activity from which she contributes to the household.

She is requesting a Kiva loan through Fundenuse to buy products that she sells in her grocery store (rice, sugar, cooking oil, coffee, eggs, etc.) She aspires to grow her business since it's located in a good and strategic spot.

In the future, she wishes to buy a freezer so she can sell meat products since they're in high demand in her community. She belongs to communal group Breyera with Carmenza, Martha, Esperanza, and Sabina.