A loan of $1,000 helped a member to buy stationary, trinkets, chicken, ham, flour, soft drinks, and a blender for her business.


Gs Cuscateca Group's story

Señora Evelyn is 31 years old, she has two dependent children and lives with her husband. Her main business is selling food. She has over six years of experience in this income-generating activity. She has a good customer base because her store is located in a tobacco factory. The majority of her customers are employees of this company.

Evelyn is requesting help to buy products such as stationary, trinkets, chicken, ham, flour, soft drinks, and a blender. This loan will allow to her to stock more goods, so she can meet her customers needs now that the busiest sales season is approaching. This will mean she can earn more and cover her household expenses and financial commitments.

One of Evelyn's dreams is to give her children a great education, improve their quality of life, and find a house in better condition.

The other two members of the group are Jannicela y Edvan. Jannicela has a local store. She has over three years of experience running her business. Edvan makes a living farming and growing vegetables. He has over three years of experience.

Danlí El Paraíso, Honduras - October 2012

In this group: Evelyn Johanna, Edvan Obeth, Jannicela Izabeth
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Chloe Pilpel



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