A loan of $800 helped to purchase more wholesale merchandise for her store, and in part to purchase a calf for fattening.


Mirna Elizabeth's story

Mirna is 40 years old and married. She has three children - one of them is 18 years old, another one is 15 and the youngest one is 12 years old. For over three years she has been running her own store where she sells household staples such as soft drinks, snacks, corn, beans, olive oil, sweet bread, French bread, etc.
The loan she's requesting from Fundación Campo is to purchase more wholesale merchandise for her store. She'll use the rest of it to purchase a calf for fattening. That way she hopes to save a good amount of money by buying wholesale items. Therefore she'll have more merchandise available, increase her sales and improve her profits.
Her biggest wish is to make hers the leading store in the community where she lives, and to see her children become professionals.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Renata Wolff



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