A loan helped to buy women's accessories and clothing for adults and children to sell.


Fátima Del Rosario's story

Fátima is 34 years old and only studied through the fourth grade because her family had limited financial resources. She is married and her husband is a pastor of a local church. They have two children, ages 15 and 7, who are in school.

Fátima has been selling clothes in her community and the surrounding areas for the past six years. She previously had a shop where she lived, but she closed it down due to social problems and safety issues. Fátima also raises pigs. She sells clothes three days a week by going house-to-house with her daughter helping her.

Fátima will use this loan to buy clothing for adults and children so that she can continue her sales. She will also buy women’s accessories. As a result, she will have income so that her children can continue studying. Her dream is to provide for her children’s academic studies and to continue improving in her businesses.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica.


This loan is special because:

It enables vulnerable women to start and grow their own business.



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