A loan of $1,075 helped to buy merchandise to stock her store.


Zoila Maribel's story

Zoila, 49, is married living in the municipality of Arizona, Atlántida, with her husband. She’s always done housework and two years ago approximately seeking to earn income she managed to open her own grocery store where she sells basic family staple items like rice, beans, corn, sugar, flour, salt, lard, packaged snacks, soft-drinks, pills, soap, etc. Zoila wants to make her business grow by means of her good management and by investing loans. She’s currently requesting a 21,000 Lempira loan to stock up on meats, soft-drinks, candy, basic grains, sugar, packaged snacks, pills and cleaning supplies. Her plan is to make the business grow and to continue keeping up her good credit record with the institution.

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