A loan of $675 helped to buy new merchandise (clothes, shoes and a variety of essential household products).

Angela Maria's story

31-year-old Ángela is a single mother with three children who lives in the city of Granada. She is a saleswoman and sells clothes and shoes. She has been in the business for seven years. She started out at the age of 20 with a small grocery store. She started working with loans and, as a result, was also able to start selling clothes and shoes from her home. She continued stocking her grocery store and also sold clothes. She currently has two stalls in the market and has worked very hard to turn this business into her source of income.

Ángela needs this loan to buy new merchandise. She will buy clothes, shoes and a variety of essential household products. This investment will help her a lot as she feels that it will help her to improve the range of products that she has to offer her customers. She plans to diversify as a saleswoman and would like to own a chain of clothes and shoe stores in Granada market.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Linda Oxnard

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