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Total loan: $1,150

Rosi Group

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Wiwili, Nueva Segovia Department, Nicaragua / Retail

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A loan helped to buy corn, corn flour, sugar, flour, eggs, aniseed, yeast, butter, firewood and more.


Rosi Group's story

Miriam is 42 years old, married, and mother to three children.

Miriam makes a living selling corn-based products (tortillas and another doughy snack, known locally as "rosquetes"). She started working in this trade after learning it from her mother. After separating from her partner, Miriam started this work with her own capital, which she had earned washing and ironing clothes.

Miriam is applying for a loan from Fundenuse, funded by Kiva, in order to buy basic ingredients for her business.

Miriam's goal is to build a kitchen and improve her house's infrastructure and her family's living conditions.

Miriam is a member of the "Rosi" loan group, alongside Noilin (who has a grocery shop and sells clothing) and Hazell (who has a grocery shop and slaughters pigs).