A loan of $2,550 helped a member to buy merchandise to stock her store with.

Dora Argentina's Group's story

Dora is a very honest, responsible woman living with her three children in a settlement in southern Honduras. Her business is a grocery store and she needs the loan to buy soft-drinks, meat, sugar, coffee, beans, salt, rice, packaged snacks, water, cookies, toilet paper, bread, juice, etc. With the loan she hopes her sales will increase thanks to the investment. Dora would like to have more merchandise this season to offer her customers who are her neighbors in the community and thus meet their needs; she also hopes that her lifestyle will improve a bit. Dora dreams with her store becoming in the future the largest and best-known in the hamlet and to continue supporting her children so that they will become upstanding people with a good set of values.

Nely’s business is tortilla sales and corn mill service; she’s been in business four years and Senayda’s business is a grocery store she’s had for four years.

Choluteca, Honduras – November, 2012

In this group: Dora Argentina, Nely , Senayda Elisa
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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