A loan of $1,550 helped a member to buy food products like meat, dairy products, basic grains, cereals, soft drinks, and more in order to stock the business.

Nazareth S. N. Group's story

Dolores is 35 years old and married. She lives with her husband and their two children in the San Nicolás municipality in Santa Bárbara.

She is a very enterprising woman, and she established her own business three years ago. She sells basic food products for the family like basic grains, sugar, lard, cooking oil, cereals, soft drinks, salsas, eggs, bread, and churros, etc. This business is her source of income, and she has kept it stocked with the investment of several loans.

Counting the current loan, she has requested nine cycles of loans. She will also use it to buy more food products. She will stock her business so that her sales increase. The season for harvesting coffee is coming, and the customers will have more capacity to buy. She hopes to continue growing her business in order to be able to help with her children’s education.

She belongs to the communal bank named Nazareth S.N. It is comprised of two people who live in the same community. In the photo Dolores is to the left and she has on a black blouse. Yesenia is to the right, and she also has a grocery store. Each member is requesting a loan of 15,000 Lempiras for a total of 30,000 Lempiras for the group.

They are grateful to ODEF, and now to Kiva, for supporting them with the loans.

In this group: Dolores Guadalupe, Yesenia

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer

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