A loan of $800 helped to buy soap, razors, toilet paper, tooth paste, powdered soap, sugar, rice, beans, tortillas, margarine, butter, oil, eggs, bread, cookies, churros, soft drinks, canned juices, dairy products.

Lux Estela's story

Ms. Lux Estela L. M. is 43 years old, is a single mother and lives in her mother’s house. She has a daughter who depends on her, who is studying.
Lux has a grocery store business that she’s had for 10 years. There she sells corn, rice, beans, corn flour, butter, oil and other popular consumer products.
Lux is requesting a loan in order to stock her business. She wishes to have a greater inventory of products in the place where she has her business. The venders only come once a week and right now she doesn’t have much capital to buy merchandise. For this reason, she is requesting the loan... Her wish is that God reigns in the hearts of all of the inhabitants of Honduras

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lauren Jackson

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