A loan of $850 helped to buy bananas, beans, milk, sugar, corn, cheese, and “chicharrón” (fried pork rinds).


Nancy Yaneth's story

Nancy Yaneth is 29 years old, and she lives with her children. The children go to a school that is close to where they live. She sells empanadas, and she has started selling “pupusas” (corn tortillas stuffed with cheese, beans, and pork, then grilled). She has lots of customers. The food she prepares has an exquisite flavor, is sumptuous, and has an accessible price. Nancy’s biggest goal is to fight for a better future and to triumph. That is why she is requesting a loan from Intergral. The loan will allow her to buy food like bananas, beans, milk, sugar, corn, cheese, and “chicharrón” (fried pork rinds). That way she will be able to continue meeting her customers’ needs, and she will be closer to achieving her goal. Nancy is confident that all of her efforts will allow her to give her family a fulfilling life and financial stability.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish



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