A loan of $675 helped pay for the education expenses of her two daughters.

Pascuala Esperanza's story

Sra. Esperanza is originally from the community of Chuculjuyup in the town of Totonicapan. She is a housewife who generates an income, while her husband works as a bricklayer. They help each other get ahead so that they can provide their children with food and a good education.

Esperanza is requesting a loan so that she can pay the registration fees and tuition for her two daughters, who are starting their general degree program in the city of Quetzaltenango. According to the school policies, registration occurs during the month of November through the 15th of December. Space is limited, so she wants to complete her daughters’ registration so that they will not experience problems in the future.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

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