Total loan: $975
Chinandega, Chinandega, Nicaragua / Clothing
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A loan helped to invest in working capital and to stock up her business by buying different clothes for babies, children and young adults.
Debora Scarleth's story
Debora Scarleth is 27 years old and has a partner and one son. Debora is originally from one of the municipalities of the Chinandega area of the country, known for its trade sector and tourism, with its beautiful beaches. Chinandega is in the west of Nicaragua. In her free time, Debora likes to listen to music with her little baby, head out to the park or do other things. One of Debora's goals and dreams is to see her son have a profession and to offer him a better future. Debora owns and runs her own small business. She sells merchandise for babies, such as bibs, blankets for cribs, bottles, baby clothes, mosquito nets for cribs, crib protectors, bags for babies, blouses, trousers, shorts, cosmetics, shoes and other goods. Debora buys her goods from the wholesale markets in other towns. She has regular customers, and business from passers-by. Debora starts her day very early in the morning as a street vendor. She sells in cash and on credit, collecting payments weekly and fortnightly. This loan will be used to invest in working capital and to stock up her business by buying different clothes for babies, children, women, men and others. She is buying these goods in order to fulfill customers' orders. In the not-too-distant future, Debora hopes that this loan will help her to earn a higher income.