A loan helped to buy raw materials for her business.

Jesica Maria's story

Jesica lives with her family in the village of Sarabanda. She works selling staple goods and selling food; she has a small stand where she sells the dishes she prepares. These are her principal sources of income. She sells everything related to the basic food basket at a good price. She has a very good clientele because she is located in a strategic location.

She requests the loan to buy merchandise to stock her business, such as soft drinks, juices, eggs, butter, oil, rice, sugar, bread, and canned goods, to generate greater sales.

She is very pleased with the kindness and good treatment received from Prisma and Kiva. She is very grateful for the support received. Her dream is to have good profits.

In the photo, she is wearing a mask to avoid contagion.

Tegucigalpa, Honduras
March 2021

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer joann stephan.

This loan is special because:

It provides credit to some of the most isolated communities in Honduras.

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