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Total loan: $1,025

Jesús Es Mi Pastor Group

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Pantasma, Jinotega Department, Nicaragua / Food

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A loan helped to buy rice, sugar, beans, oil, cornmeal, oatmeal, soap, toilet paper, etc. for her store.


Jesús Es Mi Pastor Group's story

Martha is 33 years old and the single mother of a son. She is a small business owner who has worked in her convenience store for one year.

She set up her business after winning a heifer in a raffle. She sold her prize and decided to start her business. It has gone well for her. She previously worked selling used clothes, and only made good income during coffee season. During the off season her income was practically zero. Now she has daily income because she sells staple goods.

Martha's plan for the future is to build her own house, as she is currently living in her mother's house. She seeks a Fundenuse loan with Kiva funds to buy products she sells in her store, such as rice, sugar, beans, oil, cornmeal, oatmeal, soap, toilet paper, etc. Martha belongs to the Jesús es Mi Pastor [Jesus is My Shepherd] solidarity group with María Lidia, Rosa and María Ofelia.