A loan of $425 helped to buy stock merchandise for his store.

Salvadora Yolanda's story

Salvadora Yolanda owns a grocery store in the city of León. She opens the store at 6am and with her children waits for her most regular customers and her suppliers. Despite being a single mother of three minor children, she’s moved her children forward providing schooling and better quality of life for them. She makes her purchases of fruit, vegetables and other products she stocks at one of the city’s markets.

She’s currently requesting a loan to buy basic grains, soft-drinks, juices, candy and snacks. She hopes that by obtaining said loan she will earn higher profits and stock her store in a more satisfactory way to meet customer demand.

Salvadora Yolanda is very grateful to Ceprodel because it’s helped her to grow in her business and to be able to move forward with her family providing her children with better education and development.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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