A loan of $325 helped to purchase sodas, juices, cakes and confections.

Norma Del Carmen's story

Norma del Carmen V. P. is married and has two school-aged children in her care. It is her duty to keep them in school. She has made her living through her own business in the city of Managua for 10 years. Since she started the business, doña Norma has been hard-working and efficient. Her business started in an area of the Israel Market. Thanks to her multiple efforts, she has maintained her business and her nuclear family since then. One of the needs that she comes across is an urgency to purchase products for her business, like sodas, juices, cakes and confections. This is the reason she turned to Ceprodel, for the benefit of the loan that allows her to purchase products from the purveyors to satisfy her customer's demand. Her only goal is to earn enough income to support her household and provide her children with an education. She has worked with Ceprodel for five loans, all of which were for her business.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Marni Siegal

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