A loan of $575 helped to buy staple grains, meats and drinks to stock her store.


Jenni Lizett's story

Jenni is 31 years old, and she lives in the town of San Manuel in the department of Cortes with her husband and son. She established her own business 2 years ago, where she sells consumer staples such as: meat, dairy products, sausages, drinks, rice, beans, cleaning products, etc. She previously worked in a maquila (manufacturing plant), but since her earnings were low she decided to establish her own business, which already has a good customer base and earns her more income. She is requesting a loan for 11,000 Honduran lempiras to keep her store stocked so that she can keep her customers satisfied. She will stock up on staple grains, meats and drinks. Jenni's goal is to continue with her business so that she doesn't have to go back to working for a salary. She also wants to see her son finish his education.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lisa Grobar



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