A loan of $800 helped to buy stock merchandise for her store.

Sobeida Yanori's story

Sobeida, 22, is a young, single woman living with an aunt; she does not have any dependent children. Her house is located in a village in south Honduras.

For the last three years she’s been working as a grocer; she sells sugar, frozen fruit treats, soap, dairy products, chicken, meat and vegetables. She’s asking for a 20,000 lempira loan to buy soft-drinks, vegetables, basic grains, soap, lard, etc.

With profits from her store she can pay her university costs because she attends ‘university at a distance’ on weekends. Thanks to this business support from PRISMA she will be able to move forward both personally and in her business.

Sobeida’s great dream is to graduate from university and in future build a house of her own.

San Lorenzo, Honduras – March, 2012

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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