A loan of $325 helped for the purchase of rice, sugar, oil, beans, eggs, charcoal, Nido milk, Extra soap, deodorant, sardines, Ace laundry detergent, Maruchan soups, and Pampers diapers.


María Del Rosario's story

María del Rosadio lives in the city of Masays, also known as the capital of Nicaraguan folklore.

She is 52 years old, married, and has six children, five of which are adults and independent and one minor, for whom she works arduously to support her in her education.

She has been a merchant for six years. She decided to create her own form of income owing to the economic situation of our country. She states that she began with her own capital, and thankfully has increased. She possesses a local store situated in her home. She is open seven days a week, because her customers demand it, and she offers everyday products such as food.

Presently, she wants to increase her business, for which she is applying for a loan from Ceprodel, with which she can buy the following products: rice, sugar, oil, beans, eggs, charcoal, Nido milk, Extra soap, deodorant, sardines, Ace laundry detergent, and Pampers diapers.

“She says that this loan will allow her to grow and offer more products to her customers, which is important to her because in this way she will maintain the satisfaction of her customers in that they will always be able to find their desired product.”

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Sarah Tyler



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