A loan of $325 helped to buy merchandise to stock her school snack bar.

Dora Maritza's story

Dora Maritza is a woman living in the Condega city center for more than 30 years approximately and she’s happily married and has a son and two daughters who are attending school. She’s been continuously employed for five years as a secretary in the administration office of the high school. She’s a responsible worker; her husband works as an auto mechanic in his own auto repair shop located at home. This couple works hard every day to earn income and be able to pay for their children’s schooling so that in future they will become professionals.

She is requesting her second loan and if it’s approved she plans to buy raw materials to increase her stock inventory in the snack bar she runs at the same school where she’s employed. She offers students and other school staff food and refreshments. In this way, she’ll increase sales and as a result her income, too. She is very grateful to Ceprodel for the loan because she’s been able to improve her food business positively.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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