A loan of $600 helped to purchase cheese, beans, flour, creams, and perfumes.

Irma Graciela's story

Irma Graciela C. R. lives with her two children in the San Emigdio area in the Cuscatlán department. She has a business in her home. She sells pupusas [stuffed tortillas] at night, and during the day sells personal care products for the skin, face, and hands. Her customers prefer the quality and rich taste of her pupusas. She also has many customers who purchase the other products she offers. She offers good prices, and she is known to be very helpful and always greets her customers with a smile on her face.

Her desire to succeed motivated her to ask for a loan from INTEGRAL, which will allow her to purchase ingredients to make pupusas like cheese, beans, and flour, as well as personal care products like creams and perfumes. Irma is very dedicated to her work because it supports her family, and she has faith that her hard work will give her family a better quality of life in the future.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Eileen Lloyd

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