A loan of $775 helped to purchase t-shirts, shirts, jeans, boxers, skirts, underpants, pants, blouses, etc. for her business.


Victorina's story

Victorina lives in southern Honduras. Her daughter and husband live with her and support her business, which she has been working on for sixteen years in the community where she lives. She is a street vendor and visits several villages and small communities near her own from where she receives orders and makes sales every week.

Victorina needs this loan in order to purchase t-shirts, shirts, jeans, boxers, skirts, underpants, pants, blouses, etc. The effect she expects from this financing is for sales to increase more and more, since she will purchase a variety of products that will meet the needs of each of the customers who frequently order merchandise from her.

Victorina's plans for the future are to expand her business, as well as to generate better income, so that she can have a better life.

Choluteca, Honduras - July, 2012

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Mariana Sanchis



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