A loan of $400 helped to purchase raw material in bulk: flour, eggs, yeast, and more.

Gina Alejandra's story

Gina, 34 years old, is a micro-entrepreneur and loving mother of two children ages 9 and 12. She is the owner of a bakery and cafeteria which she got in partnership by having received an inheritance from her parents and that, later, thanks to the good results, the partnership disolved so she is the sole owner. These days, she has 15 years of experience and very good profits with which she has benefited her family. Her dream is to earn economic stability, so she takes action along the road to progress for her business, and one of them she carries out with her Kiva loan, her first financing that she is getting from Fundación Mario Santo Domingo, which she will invest in the purchase of raw material in bulk: flour, eggs, yeast, and more. With this funding, she will increase her production and with it she will improve her sales and profits. Support her in her loan.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Wendy Harris

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