A loan helped to buy sweaters, jeans, and tops.

Diana Itamar's story

Itamar is an enthusiastic and enterprising young woman. She is twenty years old and lives in a rented home with her two siblings and her mother, who is divorced. From the time she was young, Itamar has helped her mother in her business of selling clothing, gaining experience this way.

Currently she is studying in the university. Along with her business, she is being educated and helping with the household expenses.

Being in sales has been profitable for Itamar, so she wants to expand her line of merchandise. She is asking for the support of a Kiva loan in order to buy sweaters, jeans, and tops. In this way she will be able to sell more, achieving greater earnings in order to keep pushing on to finish her studies.

Her dream is to have a clothing store, because for now she makes her sales door-to-door. Her biggest aspiration is that she could set up a childcare center after finishing her degree.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Patricia Patton.

This loan is special because:

It aims to reach vulnerable refugee populations in an isolated region.

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