A loan of $325 helped to buy canned goods, fruit, snacks and beverages.

Teodolinda Yanyleth's story

Teodolina Yanyleth, 28, lives with her parents. She has a snack bar where she sells food items like bread, beverages and snacks, among others, located in a local school. She’s had this small business for several years and she’s attained quite a bit of sales experience that leads to her earning good profits. She sells to all the students and they prefer her because everything she sells is top quality at affordable prices with excellent service above all.

Teodolina is an enterprising woman who is dedicated to her work. She’s always on the lookout for alternatives that will lead to a more profitable future which is why she strives daily to the maximum degree to reach her objective.

In recent weeks student demand at recess has increased and she wants to make a new investment but lacks sufficient capital to do so which is why she’s asking Integral for a loan to buy bread, canned goods, fruit, snacks, beverages, etc. Teodolina Yanyleth has good payment references and is very responsible. She assures that she will be able to repay the loan and has faith that she’ll provide better quality of life for her family.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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