A loan of $1,575 helped a member purchase sugar, butter, soap, soft drinks, meats, toilet paper, corn, beans and other products for the customers.


Gs Djk Group's story

Denia is a shop owner. Her main business is selling groceries. She has five years of experience. Her business is known as “Bendición de Dios” grocery store. She receives help from her husband. Denia has three children. She is requesting the loan in order to purchase products like: sugar, butter, soap, soft drinks, meats, toilet paper, corn, beans and other products for the customers. Through her business, she can make progress. It has been one of her main sources of income. She is able to keep customers because her way of dealing with customers is very special. Her business is near a soccer field. In addition, it’s one of a few grocery stores in the area. Denia has to wake up very early to deal with her customers because in these places people are used to waking up early. Denia is the leader of the DJK communal bank. Denia dreams that her children will be studious people. Also, she would like her business to grow in order to give her family a better quality of life. Rufina’s main business is selling groceries. Kenia sells clothing including men’s clothing, shirts, skirts, underwear and children’s clothing. Danli El Paraíso, Honduras April 2012

In this group: Denia Maribel, Justa Rufina, Kenia Gricelda
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lauren Jackson



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