A loan of $750 helped to buy products for her store, such as rice, milk, vegetables, and canned goods.

Yolanda's story

Yolanda is 34 years old, and a determined, energetic woman. She lives in her own home, which she managed to buy several years ago, with a lot of effort.

Now she lives with her two daughters: Katerin, 18, and Ruth, 13. Yolanda's work is very peaceful, although there are always times when she worries. She has a grocery store in the community where she lives. The income from her work covers the necessary expenses for her well-being and that of her daughter.

In carrying out her sales, Yolanda is always with her customers, who talk to her while making their purchases. One of her worries is being left without merchandise, because if she were, she wouldn't have sales. This is why she is approaching MFP to apply for a loan that will support her work plans. Her plan for the future is to give her two daughters a better quality of life.

This will be her second loan with MFP, and she promises to make her payments on time, as with her previous loan. As well, she is grateful to the members of the communal bank for being people who make their payments on time.

With the loan, she will buy grocery products for her business, such as rice, milk, vegetables, canned goods, and other things.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jeff Goldie

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