A loan of $525 helped to buy sandals, blouses, shirts, and shoes.

Yenyfer Abigail's story

Yenyfer is 25 years old and a single mother with one child. She lives with her grandparents and her son in a neighborhood in the town of Olanchito, Yoro.

For the past two years, Yenyfer has been selling clothes, wallets, and shoes as a street vendor. She is currently studying to become a nurse. For this reason, having her own business allows her to generate income to cover the household expenses and pay for her studies. She says that she is doing well at the moment and that her sales are profitable.

Yenyfer is requesting a loan of 10,000 HNL from ODEF in order to buy more merchandise such as sandals, blouses, shirts, and shoes so that she can have products to offer to her customers and improve her earnings. Her goals are to have her own shop where she can sell her merchandise and to have the necessary capital to continue paying for her studies.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

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