A loan helped to buy bread, meat, deli meats, toppings, etc., to continue making hamburgers and hot dogs. She intends to continue offering quality products to her customers.


Maria Roxana's story

María sells hot dogs and hamburgers. She has worked in this trade since she was 14 years old, when she was helping run the family business. Now, with experience to back her up, she runs her own business. María is married and she is the mother of a daughter. They don't have relatives abroad. She mainly covers the family's expenses.

She needs a loan to buy bread, meat, deli meats, topping etc., to continue making hamburgers and hot dogs. She intends to continue offering quality products to her customers. She hopes to get back her investment in the short term and to pay off the debt and have financial stability.

Her dream is to expand her business and support her daughter so that she can become a doctor.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ellen Donohue.


This loan is special because:

It empowers women in El Salvador.


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