A loan of $800 helped to buy clothes to sell.


Dinora Del Carmen's story

Dinora is 31 years old, single, and doesn't have any children. Her business is selling clothes - a trade she learned from her grandmother. To sell her clothes, Dinora travels to several different communities by bus and there she makes her sales from community to community. In particular, she goes out to sell her products on the days that the government makes social security payments to people of limited means. Dinora sells quite a lot on these days as the people who receive this aid buy clothes and other basic necessities when they receive their money. Dinora has requested a loan from Fundación Campo to buy a larger quantity of clothes to re-sell. With the help of the loan, Dinora will save both time and money as she will be able to buy a larger quantity of products in one go. This means she won't have to make several trips in order to stock up with merchandise. In the future, Dinora would like to have a store in a stable location where she can run her business and not neglect the family that she plans to have in the future.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Linda Oxnard



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