A loan helped to buy soaps, bread, drinks, oil, eggs and dairy products to sell in her store.


Yeny Aracely's story

Yeny, who is 33 years old, went to school until the 9th grade of Basic Education, is single and does not have children. She lives with her mother and a niece who is 13 years old.

Yeny sells fruits and vegetables in the neighboring towns to her community. In certain seasons she also sells flowers. Currently, she has installed a small store in her house and her mother helps her in this business when she goes to sell in the towns.

Yeny needs a loan to buy soaps, bread, drinks, oil, eggs and dairy products to sell in her store.

She dreams of investing more in the store because the business is new and she needs to position herself in the market.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Verna Krishnamurthy.


This loan is special because:

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



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