A loan helped a member to buy supplies to make bakery items to sell.


Flor De Nicaragua Group's story

Cipriana del Rosario (seen in the middle, wearing black) has 4 years of experience working with her colleagues in her communal bank, named "Flor de Nicaragua." She is a dynamic entrepreneur who has a 17 year-old child. A loan would provide her with the opportunity to buy firewood, butter, corn, and cinnamon at wholesale so that she can produce puff pastries and a variety of traditional Nicaraguan cookies,

Cipriana dreams of improving her business and creating a brand to improve the appearance of her business. She states proudly, "I am grateful, because you have helped me to open doors. Before, I used to work alone, but now I have people to help me bake and several salespeople."

Invest in the women of Flor de Nicaragua, and help them to make progress!

In this group: Cipriana Del Rosario, Jenny De Los Angeles, Estefany De Jesus, Silvia De Los Angeles, Isabel De Los Angeles, Katya Yahoska, Maria Amparo, Mayda Maria, Mirtha De Los Angeles, Katherin Isela, Gissell Catalina

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lisa Grobar.


This loan is special because:

It empowers women through community support and financial training.



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