A loan of $1,525 helped a member to buy fabric, accessories, buttons, thread, snaps, sequins, pins, etc. for her business.


Barrio Suyapa Group's story

Delma, young, is 26 years old. She lives with her mother in her home located in a community of San Lorenzo in southern Honduras.

Her activity is tailoring. She makes pants, dresses, skirts, shirts, suits, etc. Her business is located in the municipal market of San Lorenzo. Her clients are all the people passing through the street where she has her business. Delma is asking for a loan to buy supplies such as fabric, accessories, buttons, thread, snaps, sequins, pins, etc. She needs a loan to buy fabric in order to have a greater variety of products to offer her customers in this season when there are plenty of sales.

Delma with the support of this loan intends to continue investing in her business and to continue growing the same as the other members of her group. Hilda works selling vegetables and basic grains in the municipal market. Aminta has a stand selling vegetables. They are happy to work with Prisma. Their dream is to be able to improve their homes.

San Lorenzo, Honduras, November 2012

In this group: Delma , Hilda, Aminta
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Gail LeGrand



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