Total loan: $800

Enmanuel Group

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Pantasma, Jinotega Department, Nicaragua / Food

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A loan helped to buy rice, sugar, beans, oil, soft drinks, etc.

Enmanuel Group's story

Rosa is 54 years old. She is divorced and is the mother of seven children.

She has a grocery store business. In addition, she has been selling tortillas for seven years. She started only with the making and selling of tortillas and sold them from her own home. From the earned profits she managed to buy two piglets, which she fattened and sold, obtaining good income from the sale made. With these proceeds she decided to start a new business, a small grocery store that she has maintained up to the present day and which has become her main source of income. As a secondary activity, she continues to make and sell tortillas.

Her goal is to change location and find a more strategic place for this business where she can open a used clothing sales business.

She is requesting a Kiva funded Fundenuse loan to stock her grocery store with the purchase of rice, beans, sugar, oil, soft drinks, etc.

She belongs to the solidarity group Enmanuel along with Marlene and María.