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Total loan: $475
Amigos De La Grama Group
SOMOTO, Madriz, Nicaragua / Food
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A loan helped to buy rice, beans, sugar, oil, bread, coffee, eggs, toilet paper. etc.
Amigos De La Grama Group's story
Santos is 42 years old. She is a hard-working, humble, married woman. She has two children but only one is dependent on her. She is the owner of a small grocery store which she has gotten ahead with through great effort and with the help of her husband who has been at her side at all times. Her goal is to improve her business and manage to have a well-stocked grocery store with all kinds of products. She knows this will be another inheritance for her daughters. She hopes they value it and care for it as she started this business with nothing and has worked hard. She is requesting a loan from Fundenuse with funds from Kiva to buy rice, beans, sugar, oil, bread, coffee, eggs, toilet paper. etc. She belongs to the “Amigos De La Grama” communal bank together with Karla who sells basic grains and Zenayda who makes and sells nacatamales (a local traditional food).