A loan of $425 helped purchase sodas, juices, and ingredients for making enchiladas.

Ana Jacoba's story

Sra. Ana Jacoba G. is married and the mother of four children, but none of them are dependent on her. She has a business selling sodas and enchiladas at the Israel Lewite Market in Managua. Ana works with one of her daughters Monday through Saturday from 7am until 5pm.

She has received thirteen loans from CEPRODEL and all of them were used to buy supplies for her small business. Ana has returned to CEPRODEL to request a new loan to buy sodas, juices, and ingredients for making meat, plantain, and potato enchiladas since these are the items that she sells the most.

Ana is grateful to CEPRODEL since the loans have been a great help. They have allowed her to maintain her business and now she is able to sell a wider variety of products.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

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