A loan helped a member to buy corn, lard, onions, sweet peppers, tomatoes, meat, plantain leaves, etc.


Los Misioneros De Mal Paso Group's story

Santos is 36 years old, married, and the father of three children.

He has a business making and selling nacatamales (Nicaraguan tamales). In addition to this business, he also has worked in agriculture. He is an honest person and very hardworking, which has gotten his family ahead with much strength and dedication. He started the business with the help of his wife, who is always there to support him. His wife makes the nacatamales on the weekend, and he goes out to sell them in his community as well as on the beach, where he has been able to make a clientele who always buy from him because his nacatamales are so delicious.

His goal is to give his children a better future and to be able to prepare them to be good people.

He asks for the loan from Fundenuse with funds from Kiva to buy primary material for making his nacatamales.

He belongs to the solidarity group Los Misioneros Del Mal Paso together with Wulliam y Wester.

In this group: Santos, Wulliam, Wester

Translated from Spanish.


This loan is special because:

It helps promote financial inclusion in Nicaragua's rural northwest.



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