A loan helped to buy meat, ribs, chicken, vegetables, rice, sugar, salt, garlic, dishes, cutlery and phones.


Adriana Maria's story

Adriana is a 35-year-old microentrepreneur and a resident of the city of Barranquilla where she has a drugstore and restaurant. In relation to the pandemic, she has not been ignored by the situation and business has been hurt by the economy hitting the breaks. However she is very entrepreneurial and has been leaning on social networks. With the help of God she believes that they will get ahead and meet their goals and objectives and offering their products to customers with cash payments.

She is currently requesting her first Kiva loan through the Fundación Mario Santo Domingo to purchase meat, ribs, chicken, vegetables, rice, sugar, salt, garlic, dishes, cutlery and a phone, among other items. This will allow her to increase her number of sales and her earnings. Please support this loan for her business.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Kathryn K.


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It provides borrowers in micro businesses with affordable loans.



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