A loan of $1,200 helped to buy articles of clothing and shoes.


Evarista's story

Evarista is 47 years old and now a widow. Her two greatest motivations are her sons, Michael and Edwin, one of whom, although small, requires all the help that her hard work can provide for him. She owns a house made of quality materials.

Long ago, Evarista and her husband started a business to sell clothing, such as shoes for people who work on farms.

Evarista considers her activity very profitable since the products that she sells are purely for people who work in agriculture. She also complements this work with the tailor service that she recently started as a way to entertain herself when there were no clients in her store.

To start the year with good vibes and a well stocked business, Evarista needs money to buy shoes and articles of clothing that are in high demand at her store.

In the future, Evarista plans to move and make a new life in a bigger city, facing a new challenge with her business. With the 3,000 Peruvian Nueves Soles, she will stock her business with articles of clothing such as shoes for farming. She will also buy other articles of clothing, like pants and polo shirts among others.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lindsay Dahlberg


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