Total loan: $600


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Aldea San Isidro, Siguatepeque., , Honduras / Services

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A loan helped to maintain her equipment and antenna systems.

Carolina's story

Carolina, 36, is a single mother of four children who are 8, 10, 13 and 19 year sold. All of her children are attending school and she lives with them in Aldea San Isidro, Siguatepeque. Carolina has a satellite cable television service, a service she offers to the community where she lives. She obtained the business 8 years ago with much effort and work. She came to setting it up after doing a market survey in the community since there was no television signal there and she concluded that this activity would be profitable. This motivated her to continue forward with her business ideas and this is how she was able to get it and move her children forward. She spends 8 hours per day at work. With profits obtained and help from the loans she’s been able to maintain the level of her business because of the good signal she provides her customers; demand in the community has increased. She’s currently requesting an 11,000 lempira loan to service her antenna equipment and maintain the firm. Her goal is to expand into nearby villages that don’t have this service to attain wider coverage and growth for her firm to continue providing excellent service to her customers and generating more income to provide her children with a better education and a better life.