Total loan: $425
Tela, Atlantida, Atlántida Department, Honduras / Clothing
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A loan helped to buy underwear and blouses.
Belinda Elizabeth's story
Belinda, 29, is single living with her parents and younger brother in the municipality of Tela, Atlántida. Belinda is a very enterprising person. She’s had her own business for two years. She sells new and used clothes for women: jeans, blouses, t-shirts, shorts and other things like perfume and accessories. She also works doing accounting services and earns extra income that way. She sells from place to place and also based on prior orders. She wants to expand her market and is asking for an 8000 Lempira loan to buy underwear and blouses that are in high demand to keep her business stocked in order to increase income to help her family. Her goal is to set up her business as a store in a fixed locale and to make it grow more so that she can continue improving her and her family’s quality of life.