A loan of $425 helped to buy pants, blouses, skirts, and children's clothing.

Mirian Yamileth's story

Mirian, 33, is married and has her own house where she lives with her 4 children. Two of them work, and her husband is a bricklayer who supports the household finances. For 10 years, Mirian has had a business selling used American clothing. She sells her merchandise from place to place in the rural communities and villages of San Lorenzo and its outskirts.

Mirian is requesting a loan to buy pants, blouses, skirts, and children's clothing.

With the support of this loan, Mirian will increase her earnings and have more products to offer to her customers. This way, she will have more money to buy the products she needs to continue to sell, and to buy what she needs for her family.

Mirian's wish is to improve her business, making it bigger and more profitable.

San Lorenzo, Honduras - July 2012

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lisa Grobar

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