A loan of $650 helped to buy materials for weaving her products and traditional clothes to sell.


Ana Dela's story

Ana Dela needs another loan so that she can continue investing in her business weaving products and selling traditional clothes: güipiles (traditional embroidered dresses), blouses and outfits. Ana gets prepared in November, buying merchandise, because All Saints Day is celebrated at the beginning of November and many people buy clothes to wear on that day. She also prepares for the month of December as her sales increase then too. It is a month in which you must make the most of your sales and so she would like to stock up with different clothes and perfumes. Ana's wish is to continue growing in her business and continue providing for her children as she is separated from her husband. She is grateful to FAPE for the trust that they have placed in her over the years. This has allowed her to continue growing in her business and as a person.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Linda Oxnard



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