A loan helped to invest in raw materials for her business.


Roninette Milagros's story

25 year old Roninette of Venezuelan nationality, currently lives in the city of Quito. She arrived in Ecuador 3 years ago and she lives with her parents.

8 years ago she ventured into the confectionery business. It is what she currently does. A large percentage of her loan is destined to be invested in acquiring raw materials and making the most of the Christmas period as from experience in previous years, it was a very good time to sell her products.

This is the first loan that she has acquired from the Espoir Foundation but she is happy to agree to this loan as it was very timely.

Roninette's dream is to be able to manage self-sustainable work which will give her financial freedom, as well as to also improve her quality of life.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Erica McLay.


This loan is special because:

It helps Venezuelan refugees in Ecuador to rebuild their lives.



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