A loan of $1,200 helped to buy pants and fashionable tops.

Inaydina's story

Inaydina is a selfless 20 year-old youth who shares married life with Fredy, who is 25. Completing this happy family is their small son Angelo, who is 2 years old. They currently share their family experiences in a home made of wood that was given to them by their parents. Feeling that agricultural activities would be too rigorous for her, she chose to start a business selling clothing for women and children. She started the business 5 months ago with the financial support of Fredy. In spite of some difficulties, the business was well accepted from the start by her neighbors, and later she started going out to homes in the surrounding areas to offer her garments for sale.

She's been developing her business with a lot of enthusiasm in the company of her little one. This line of work has always been to her liking, and she feels she has a vocation for sales.

Among the problems she faces are the late payments she receives from some of her customers, to whom she has delivered merchandise on credit. This creates problems for her when she goes to balance her accounts.

For the future, she plans to continue to work with the enthusiasm she is known for so that she can achieve one of her long term goals: to open a much bigger business where she could sell all types of clothing. At this time, she requests 3,000 Peruvian soles to buy merchandise to stock her business with ladies clothing, specifically pants and fashionable tops.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lisa Grobar

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