A loan helped to buy soft drinks, bottled water, ice cream, pinatas, balloons, and other items for children's parties.


Diana Katherine's story

Diana Katherine is married and they have 2 children who study in college and school. Her husband is a civil ingineer and they live in Jipijapa, a place greatly affected by the health emergency caused by Covid 19.

She is a working woman who does everything possible to face this harsh situation caused by the health emergency. She has a store in the city where she sells soft drinks, bottled water, ice cream and a variety of products for children's parties like sweets and other items.

Before the pandemic she had many clients who went to her store, but then she had to close her store and she could not sell. Now she has been able to open and that is how she makes a living. And although she does not sell much, at least it provides to cover her main expenses.

This loan is to buy soft drinks, bottled water, ice cream, pinatas, balloons, and other items for children's parties.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer E. Power.


This loan is special because:

It helps borrowers withstand negative economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.



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