A loan helped a member to buy and sell traditional napkins.

Dúo San Antonio Group's story

The leader is Nazaria. She's married and a mother. She's a very hardworking person.

She has been selling traditional napkins for two years. She goes out every day to sell door-to-door. She goes to various places to sell her merchandise. She sells in the capital, in Mixco; one of the places where she has more customers and orders is in El Encinal, Mixco.

This is why she's requesting the loan to invest in a purchase of traditional napkins, because the Christmas season is approaching and she has several orders and wants to take advantage to earn more profit and, that way, be able to give her family better opportunities in life.

Nazaria dreams of having her own store in San Pedro Sacatepéquez and in El Encinal so she has more customers and to serve them in the best way.

In this group: Nazaria, Juana

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall.

This loan is special because:

The Field Partner is a leader in women's empowerment in Guatemala.

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