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A loan of $800 helped to buy inventory (clothes in different styles and sizes) with the goal of offering new and varied products to her customers.

Lilliette Del Carmen's story

Lilliette is 28 years old. She is originally from Managua but lives in Estelí. She is the mother of two children. Lilliette sells clothes. She studied Business Administration. Lilliette started working at the age of 25. She decided to create her own business so that she could use the knowledge she gained at University. She has been in this business for three years and, through it, she supports herself and her children.

Lilliette requested this loan to buy inventory (clothes in different styles and sizes). Her aim is to offer new and varied products to her customers so that she can attract more customers and improve her sales as one of her goals is to open another clothes store.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Linda Oxnard

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