A loan helped to purchase sugar, beans, bread, coffee, milk, personal hygiene products, oil, pills, condiments and more to sell in her store.


Margarita's story

Margarita, who studied through 3rd grade in school, is in a relationship and her partner makes a living in agriculture. She has a child who is a minor and is in school.

Margarita has a store in her home where she sells basic products. She has 21 years of experience as a merchant. In addition, she completes the household tasks.

Thanks to her previous 3 loans, she has been able to keep her store in operation and has already paid them off. She needs a new loan to purchase sugar, beans, bread, coffee, milk, personal hygiene products, oil, pills, seasonings, etc. to sell in her store.

She dreams of continuing to support her child in their studies so they can become a professional and have a better future.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Shannon Yarosik.


This loan is special because:

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



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