A loan of $625 helped to buy a batch of men's and children's socks and children's underwear.

Yeva's story

Yeva lives in a small town of Khoost in the Western Ukraine. She sells small items such as socks, underwear, tights and stockings. Yeva has not been working long, she started selling just a year ago. She is renting her vendor space for now. At this time she has around 10,000 invested in her inventory. Her clean profit is around 2,800 hryvnia.

Yeva needs a loan in the amount of 5,000 hryvnia so she can buy a batch of children's and men's socks and children's underwear, which is a high commodity during the summer. Yeva plans to invest the received profit from the sale of this merchandise into her business and to improve the living conditions of her family. She wants to use the earned income to buy a higher quality merchandise and also rent a space in the indoors in one of the stores for the winter.

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Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Elena Fedorchuk

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