A loan of $850 helped víveres, arroz, azúcar, granos, vitrina.

Diana Eugenia's story

Diana lives in Quevado with her family. She is 26 years old and is a single mother. She started a general store thanks to help from her sister who lent her the initial capital. At the beginning it was hard since she started with very little inventory. Little by little her business has been getting better and now it is larger and better stocked. She manages the store alone from six in the morning when her routine starts until night.

Diana tells us that it (starting the store) was her best decision, since it has permitted her to care for her children and give them the economic security that they need. She has five minor children who study in the public school.

With the loan from D-Miro, she will buy supplies, rice, sugar, grains and a display case. Her dream is to have her own house since she lives with her parents and to improve her finances to help her children in their studies.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Dan Fulwiler

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