A loan of $525 helped to buy ingredients.

Fermina's story

Fermina lives in Tegucigalpa. She’s married, has two children who attend school, and has been making and selling snacks such as mínimos wedges, fried potatoes, fried yucca, baleadas (Honduran flour tortillas with beans and cheese), among other things. Her business is open every day of the week.

Fermina’s business is in a small kiosk located on a small main street. She makes her purchases twice a week in one of the city markets and is asking for this loan in order to buy mínimos, potatoes, cheese, butter, eggs, soda, salt, and yucca to make her snacks.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Hugo Reyes

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