A loan of $350 helped to buy purses, second-hand shoes, bed clothes, and toys in bulk.

Xochilt Del Rosario's story

Xóchitl, 29, is married and the mother of a beautiful little girl. She is originally from the department of Masaya. She has owned her own business for two years. Previously she was a salaried employee in one of the worker businesses that are very common in our country. She decided to quit and thought that with her severance pay she could start up her business and that is how she started to work. Her business is buying and selling bales of second-hand clothing and shoes. She opened her market in Matagalpa, where her customers are, and she thinks it has gone well, because she has gotten good results. She also wants to expand to other nearby departments and that way increase her business.

Xóchitl needs to buy merchandise, but she doesn't have enough capital to do it. She is applying for a loan from Ceprodel that will allow her to buy a bale each of purses, used shoes, bed clothes, and toys, to meet the orders that she has. This way she feels that we will help her to have a better quality of life, more comfort for her family, and her business will also improve.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Caitlin Jones

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