Total loan: $1,425

Leticia Yamileth

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San Lorenzo, Valle, Honduras / Food

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A loan helped to buy chicken, rice, beans, flour, butter, soap, fresh items, etc. for her business.

Leticia Yamileth's story

Leticia is 38 years old and lives in her own house with her children. She has had a grocery store for 6 years. In her business she sells rice, sugar, butter, fresh items, churros, beans, dairy products, soap, chicken, meat, etc. She lives in the San Lorenzo community in southern Honduras. Leticia is an enterprising woman with the desire to be successful and fight every day to improve her quality of life. She seeks a loan to buy products to stock her store such as chicken, rice, beans, flour, butter, soap, fresh items, etc. With the support of this loan she intends on increasing her income and also her quality of life. She is an existing client with the desire to work with Prisma. Her dream is to have a well-stocked, good business and at the same time improve her future with her family.
San Lorenzo, Honduras- November 2014.