A loan of $700 helped to buy stones, cement, blocks, steel and to pay wages for laborers.

Ana Julia's story

Ana Julia is a single mother of one daughter, who she has provided for as well as her education and economic conditions have allowed.
She teaches primary school to children of all ages in a village school in Santa Rosa del Peñón, and has done so for several years. Her work has allowed her to build her own house and provide for her daughter. She has worked with Ceprodel for 1 1/2 years, and used her first credit to invest in her housing; she is grateful for this support which has benefitted many Nicaraguan families in achieving their dreams of economic progress and improved living coniditions. This will be her eighth credit, which she plans to use to buy stones, cement, blocks, steel, and to pay wages for laborers, in order to build a more spacious and comfortable bedroom.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Matthew Cassetta

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