A loan of $350 helped to purchase oil, condiments, farmer's cheese and beans, as well as blouses and underwear for her two businesses.


Leydin Yadira's story

Leydin is a hardworking woman who with effort has managed to establish a business selling clothing, earrings and pupusas. She lives with her husband and a three-year-old daughter. She began her business in the home where she resides and works from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. selling pupusas. She sells clothing during the day.

She is seeking a loan to invest in the purchase of materials for making her products such as, for example, oil, condiments, farmer's cheese and beans. Also she will invest another portion in blouses and underwear in order to keep up the business. The loan will be of great help as it will allow her to improve the availability of raw materials and merchandise for the clothing sales.

Her objective is through the loan to be able to make a good investment, create better earnings through her sales, and continue working in order to achieve her family expectations.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Meg Wolfe-Roberts


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