A loan of $1,200 helped to buy staple grains, meat, chicken, dairy products, soft drinks, candy, and other products that are in demand.


Reynelda De Los Angeles's story

Reynelda still has her general store business, that she has well-stocked. She also runs a small café, and her husband looks after the café or the general store. Both are working for their family's well-being. Their three children are in school, and the expenses are high.

Through the loans, they have succeeded in increasing their sales and inventory, obtaining good sales, So they have managed to invest in more products that their customers ask for, provide their children with the necessities, and pay for their basic costs and personal expenses.

With this new loan she will buy staple grains, meat, chicken, eggs, cheese, sausages, mortadella, bread, soft drinks, juices, purified water, ice cream, and school supplies. This is because they have to supply both businesses and keep their customers satisfied.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jeff Goldie



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