A loan of $1,000 helped a member to purchase corn, rice, coffee, sugar, beef, chicken, bread, pills, and other basic goods for the business.


Grupo Salidario La Corteza 1 Group's story

Rosa is an entrepreneurial woman and also very responsible, her 2 daughters and 7 grandchildren live with her and help her with every single comittment she has. She lives in marvelous Choluteca.

Rosa runs a grocery store out of her home and is in great demand since she has been in this kind of business for 15 years. She would invest the loan towards the purchase of: corn, rice, coffee, sugar, beef, chicken, bread, pills, and other basic goods, this way she could increase sales with a well stocked business. With the loan she hopes to meet her customer demand and this way have improved revenue for a better quality of life.
Rosa's goal is to have a stronger business within the next few years and this way be able to help her children and grandchildren.

Erika makes and sells tortillas from her home.
Felix works full time from his home running a grocery shop.

Choluteca, Honduras - March 2012

In this group: Rosa Amada, Erika Del Carmen, Felix Pedro

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Gustavo Gutierrez



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