A loan helped to buy sets of sheets, mosquito nets, towels, etc.

Rosa Isabel's story

Rosa Isabel and her live in Santa Ana which is a beautiful valley. Corn and rice is grown here, livestock raised. There is a variety of dishes in their cuisine like peanut viche (a soup), tongas, etc. There are also fresh water pools.

Rosa Isabel sells a variety of products like sheet sets, a variety of clothing for women, men and children, pyjamas and mosquito nets amongst others. She sells these going out to various neighborhoods and she has a space at her house where people come and buy. She leaves the goods on credit and collects weekly. The beginning of the quarantine left her without work for fear of getting sick and the various restrictions. She now works following health protocols.

This loan will be used to buy sets of sheets, mosquito nets, towels, etc. Her dream is to have her own shop, for her sales to return to what they were, and for her family to stay healthy.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer leonardo.

This loan is special because:

It helps borrowers withstand negative economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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