A loan helped to buy orders of T-shirts, pants, dresses, underwear, socks, etc.

Rosa Hermita's story

Rosa Hermita is married and from this relationship she has 4 children all of whom are of age and independent. Her husband is retired. They live in their own house. They live in Tosagua a productive canton, that harvests cocoa, coffee, banana, corn, among others; they are cattle farmers, raising poultry and pigs.

Rosa Hermita sells clothing for women and children, sheets, curtains, mosquito nets, underwear. She sells these in various sectors of the city, leaving them with her customers on credit and charging weekly.

During this global crisis she has gone through economic difficulties. Her customers can not pay because they have been unemployed and others have died. At first the health crisis was very bad because he could not sell, but now gradually is reactivating it so she can continue generating income. In her family, a brother-in-law died with covid-19. With this new credit she will be able to buy orders of t-shirts, pants, dresses, underwear, socks, etc.

Her dream is that her family to be very healthy and that her business continues to expand.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Paulo Aguiar.

This loan is special because:

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

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