Total loan: $525
La Flecha, Santa Barbara, Santa Bárbara Department, Honduras / Food
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A loan helped to buy sugar, rice, bread, soft drinks, chips, beans and other grocery items to sell.
Maria Elvia's story
María is 59 years old and single. She lives with her youngest daughter in a village in the Quimistán district, Santa Bárbara. María has her own grocery business where she sells basic family goods such as sugar, rice, beans, corn, salt, coffee, condiments, dairy products, ham, tablets for domestic use, chips, candy, and other grocery items. Before, María sold clothes in a street stall, but decided it was preferable to set up a grocery in her house. She has requested a 11,000 Honduran lempira loan to stock her store and maintain a better inventory of products. She will buy sugar, rice, bread, soft drinks, chips, beans and other grocery items to sell. Her plan is to monitor her sales better and become financially stable.