A loan helped to buy clothes like polo shirts, pants, and sweaters, in order to stock her business and increase sales volume.


Eva Enma's story

Eva is a 53-year-old hardworking woman, and lives in the town of Incuyo, in Coracora.

She sells clothing out of her home, and her main clients are her neighbors. Eva is always looking to offer the best quality items, to keep her customers happy.

She requests the microcredit to buy clothes such as polo shirts, pants, and sweaters, to stock her business and increase sales volume.

Eva hopes in the future to make improvements to her house and to continue to have good living conditions.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer CRISTINA DE SOUSA.


This loan is special because:

Expands access to financial services for rural clients.



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