A loan of $325 helped to buy meat, chicken, milk products, and candies to increase her sales.


Estela Del Socorro's story

Doña Estela has had her little business of selling tortillas for a number of years. Her little grocery store, where she works along with her husband to provide the necessities for their four children, who are students, has continued to succeed; by increasing her products, she has obtained better sales results.

With her previous loan, she bought basic materials for making tortillas, such as corn and firewood; she makes tortillas three times a day. This new loan will be for the purchase of chicken, beef, pork, milk products, and candies, among other products which are in great demand.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Pam McMurry



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