A loan helped to buy biscuits, sweets, juice and chocolate to continue selling, among other snacks. In addition, the loan will buy supplies to make and sell stuffed tortillas (pupusas).


Ana Iveth's story

Ana is a single mother and her three children are studying.

Ana makes a living in the business of selling snacks, which she started through the necessity and desire to earn money to get ahead. In addition, on the weekends she sells pupusas (stuffed tortillas).

She needs this loan to buy biscuits, sweets, juice and chocolate to continue selling, among other snacks. She will also buy supplies to make and sell pupusas (stuffed tortillas).

Ana dreams that one day her children can become professionals.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Grant Shannon.


This loan is special because:

It supports single mothers and other vulnerable women.



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