A loan of $950 helped she will buy: basic grains, dairy, snacks and artisanal craftts to increase her sales.

Karla Estebana's story

Karla Estebana is small businesswoman. She works a lot to support her family. She is married and her husband is a driver.

Her business is a grocery and crafts store which she was able to open after nine years of saving. It has been an income source to help her children. She sells artisanal products which she is able to sell because she is competent in that area. She makes an effort to obtain higher sales.
She has had four loan cycles and has invested in basic products, increasing her inventory. Thanks to the financing, she has grown and she is happy to be able to invest.

She will buy: basic grains, dairy, meat, and snacks. She also sells artisanal crafts. Her goal is to be able to sell in the neighboring country of Costa Rica.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ellen Donohue

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