Total loan: $600


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Cartagena de Indias, Bolivar, Colombia / Retail

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A loan helped to buy rice, sugar, oil, seasonings, detergent, vegetables, flour, eggs, etc.

Liliana's story

Liliana, age 25, is a micro-entrepreneur who lives in the city of Cartagena with her family. She started her own business, a store, due to the need to generate income for her household and to help her husband who did not have stable work. Thanks to this, she has brought stability to her family.

This entrepreneur has more than one year in this work, and there has been an excellent opportunity for business growth. She began selling beverages, then expanded the range of products. Liliana offers a great variety of products, including cold meats, fish, chicken, canned goods, paper products, etc. Thanks to her excellent service and the quality of products she offers, she has gained recognition. The pandemic affected her business slightly at first due to the restrictions, but because she sells staple goods, her sales increased, generating excellent profits. She needs to increase her inventory to mitigate the impact of Covid-19 due to the increase in demand.

Now she is applying for a Kiva loan, her first financing from the Fundación Santo Domingo, to invest in the purchase of rice, sugar, oil, detergents, vegetables, flour, eggs, etc. Liliana needs an injection of capital to strengthen her business plan and to improve her quality of life. In the future, she wishes to expand her business and to have her own shop. Please support her loan for her business; it will be a success.