A loan of $500 helped to buy stock merchandise for her store.


Silvia Dominga's story

Silvia, 40, is a merchant; she owns a grocery store. She has two children and lives in the city of León. She started her sales when her mother became ill and she inherited the grocery store which helped her generate income for herself and her family. She’s been running this business for five years and has gotten ahead little by little.

She took out this loan to buy basic grains, cleaning supplies, soups, milk, juices, eggs, bread, oats, canned gods and toilet paper because she needs to keep the store stocked with products of high utility and need to sell and supply her customers. One of her goals is to buy shelving and display cases to exhibit her wares.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz


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