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Total loan: $1,050

Los Pollitos De La Chimpinilla Group

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La Dalia, Matagalpa Department, Nicaragua / Retail

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A loan helped to purchase clothes, cosmetics, and dishes.


Los Pollitos De La Chimpinilla Group's story

Inacia is 54 years old and a single mother of three. She makes a living making mobile sales of clothing, shoes, and other items.

Her working capital has increased due to the support she has received from microfinance companies where she has been granted funding to capitalize on her business. With the previous financing from Fundenuse with Kiva, she was able to stock her business more, gain more customers and, more importantly, she managed to make more sales and earn more profits. She currently wants to make use of the community's financial flow thanks to the coffee harvest, so she is applying for new funding in Fundenuse through Kiva to purchase clothes, cosmetics, and dishes.

One of her future goals is to build her entire house out of concrete and, in the short term, she wants to pay off her new obligation before the agreed-upon time.

She is part of the solidarity group Los Pollitos de la Chimpinilla, alongside Lucila who owns a small grocery store, Modesta who sells tortillas, and Luz who owns a small grocery store, too.