A loan helped to buy chicken to sell sandwiches, as well as corn and other ingredients to sell traditional foods like enchiladas, nuegados, etc.


Diana Estefany's story

Diana is asking for a new loan to have the opportunity to improve her micro-business' inventory. Also, because she is satisfied with the service the institution provides. The loan funds will be used to buy chicken to sell sandwiches as well as corn and other ingredients to sell traditional foods like enchiladas, nuegados, etc. This is a new variety of food that she has been offering her customers for a year.

The results she obtained with he previous investment have been very good. She has been able to diversify the products she sells. With it, she can see how her wish to get ahead is becoming a reality. She says that little by little she is starting to make other types of food to grow her business. She now has financial stability.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ellen Donohue.


This loan is special because:

It empowers women in El Salvador.


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