A loan helped to buy rice, beans, oil, sugar, toilet paper, toothpaste, and snacks.


Ana Gloria's story

Ana is the owner of a convenience store that opens its doors at six in the morning and closes at seven at night. This brave woman tells us that in the process of running her business for five years, she has faced great challenges and difficulties, but has come out triumphant thanks to the love of her family. It is her hope to achieve each of her dreams.

Ana has already had an experience with a loan through MiCrédito and Kiva with which she bought papaya, cantaloupe, watermelon, bananas, sweets, soda, bread, and cheese. She now needs to satisfy her customers' demands, which is the reason why she has turned once again to the loans of these two organizations in order to buy rice, beans, oil, sugar, toilet paper, toothpaste, and snacks. In the not-so-distant future, she hopes to continue with these loans until she can turn her store into a distributor.

Translated from Spanish.


This loan is special because:

It empowers women to establish formal credit and create financial stability for themselves.



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