A loan of $375 helped to buy chicken, condiments, wheat flour, lard, meats, salt and other ingredients to prepare meals.

Zoila's story

Zoila, 31, lives in the municipality of Arizona, Atlántida with her spouse and three children. A year and a half ago she started her own fast-food business aiming at earning income to support the family. The business is located in a traffic circle near a soccer playing field; she sells fried chicken with fried plantains, tacos, meat turnovers, soft-drinks, snacks, candy, water and others.

She’s asking for her second loan for 7,000 Lempiras to buy ingredients like meats, condiments, flour, lard, salt and others to make fast-food with. This loan will help her capitalize and get the business going. Her goal is to increase sales and income to be able to help pay for her children’s schooling and to improve their quality of life.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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