A loan of $500 helped buy basic grains, bread, sausages instant products, sweets and drinks.

Sara Yaneth's story

Sara Yaneth is forty-two years old and lives with her mother and brothers. She has a market stall where she sells basic products like beans, flour, sausages, breads, drinks, candy, etc and is located where she lives. She has had her small business for two years and has had a lot of experience in sales which has allowed her to obtain good profits. She sells to her whole community and they prefer her service because everything she sells is top quality at accessible prices and above all with excellent customer service.

Sara is an entrepreneurial woman dedicated to her work, always looking for alternatives that will give her a more prosperous future, so in her day to day she tries her hardest to reach her objectives. In the last few weeks she has increased demand and wants to make a new investment in her business but lacks sufficient capital which is why she is asking for a loan from INTEGRAL to allow her to buy basic grains, bread, sausages instant products, sweets, drinks, etc.

Sara Yaneth has good references and is very responsible; she assures us that she will be able to pay her debt and has faith that it will give her family a better quality of life.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ines Teles

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