A loan of $650 helped to buy butter, sodas, flour, corn flour, rice, spaghetti, chicken, margarine, et cetera.


Tania Jissel's story

Tania is an enterprising woman who is very dedicated to her business. She has a small store in her home that she has maintained for the last 3 years. It has been a good business because through it she provides for her family and they have been able to get ahead through her efforts.

In her business she has daily groceries like butter, sodas, flour, corn flour, rice, spaghetti, chicken, margarine, and many other products that her customers come for daily. Thanks to her business being at a strategic point in the community, her primary customers are students and people who travel by this road.

She is seeking the loan to buy all kinds of products to stock her business and in this way provide good service to all of her customers. In this way they can benefit from the good sales she will have in her store. She dreams of improving her quality of life and that of her family, as well as sending her children to school so they can study and prepare themselves for a future of being good people with a good education.

Danli, March 2017

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Emily Griffith


This loan is special because:

It provides credit to some of the most isolated communities in Honduras.



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