A loan of $425 helped to buy ingredients to prepare food, such as meat, vegetables, corn flour and packaging products.

Doris Consuelo's story

Doris is 46 years of age. She is married and has two children aged 26 and 30, who are married. She lives with her husband and nephew in a neighborhood in the suburbs of the municipality of San Pedro Sula.

Four years ago Doris started her own fast food business, selling small fried pastries filled with meat and rice with cabbage and pickle, fried chicken with fried plantains, and sodas. Her produce is sold on the street through various sellers who she has contracted. She makes a great contribution to generating employment for people in her community, who sell the food for her.

Doris has requested 8,000.00 Honduran lempiras to buy supplies to prepare food, such as corn flour, meat, vegetables and packaging products, among others. The loans help her to increase her production and family income. Her goal is to have her business in her home as well as on the street. She would like to thank ODEF and Kiva for the opportunity given to her to improve her business and her family’s income.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Paul Lambert

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