A loan of $775 helped to buy jewelry, specifically earrings, rings, and chains.

Nayadeth's story

Nayadeth is part of the communal bank "Forjadoras de Sueños", belonging to the city of Rancagua. She is engaged in the business of agro-veterinary [ sale of agricultural products and veterinary products], since one year. She says she works from Monday to Saturday, and she distributes the schedule according to her availability. Also, she performs other jobs like nursery of medicinal plants, sale of silver jewelry, and production of alfajores, but what has given her more resources is her agro-veterinary business.

She buys her merchandise in the city of San Fernando, where she finds the necessary products for her business, whether it's agricultural or veterinary products, at low cost and therefore economically convenient.

With the loan she will buy jewelry, specifically earrings, rings and chains. One of Nayadeth goals is to grow every day with her business, and to see the possibility to have another business to generate more income and to have a better quality of life. Nayadeth lives with her mother, and they take care of each other. Her dreams in a personal level is to travel to take a break, and in a work level is to continue with her business and stock it for her customers, to satisfy them with the sale.

She is very happy and grateful for the opportunity provided by Fondo Esperanza, because it allowed her to invest in her business. She says the trainings have been critical for her business and also for her personal development, because she has learned to organize and distribute better her income. Regarding to the communal bank to which she belongs, she feels comfortable because they are very responsible.

Rancagua belongs to the Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins area. It is a modern city that regulates the main process of production and exportation of fruits, vegetables and wine in Chile. It's also a mining city, because in its mountain range there is the largest underground mine in the world called "El Teniente", with 4,500 km of tunnels.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Elisabet Falgueras

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