A loan of $525 helped purchase peanut seeds and morro seeds.

Norma Jamileth's story

Mrs. Norma is a hard working person dedicated to her job. She currently lives with her husband in the region of Choluteca. Mrs. Norma works at her own business selling peanut and morro seeds (from the Crescentia alata plant species, traditionally used to make a drink called horchata in El Salvador) . The loan is needed to purchase peanut and morro seeds. Mrs. Norma hopes that at the end of the summer she will have working capital and enough product. The area is already productive and commercial. And so having more merchandise can help her to grow her business and then she will be able to branch out into other zones. Mrs. Norma will continue working very hard in order to help her family, especially her children.
Choluteca, Honduras-June 2012

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Kristin Connor

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