A loan of $250 helped to buy clothes and sandals.

Cora De Los Ángeles's story

Cora de los Ángeles lives in Masaya Department. She’s married and her nuclear family consists of four people: her husband and three minor children. With help from her husband who is a salaried employee working as a security guard they have been getting ahead. She’s been a merchant for nine years selling assorted clothes. She sells at home and also goes out to sell her products to her customers who work in private or public firms.

She wants to restock with new products and to capture more customers outside the department by going out to sell her products in other places like Masatepe and San Marcos to earn more and better income in her business.

She is requesting a loan from Ceprodel to buy merchandise like microfiber bathing bikinis, brassieres, men’s and women’s boxer shorts, men’s and women’s socks, children’s outfits, sandals and children’s shorts. She feels that this help will give her better living conditions at home.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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