A loan of $825 helped a member to stock her retail food business.

G.s Lajero Blancon#5 Group's story

Sra. Sayda is a hard-working, responsible person. She lives in southern Honduras with her husband and 2 children. She operates a retail foods business, buying and selling meats and vegetables.
Dona Sayda will use the loan to buy inexpensive cuts of meat, including ribs and ground beef, along with cabbage, yucca, potatoes, carrots, etc. She hopes the investment will allow her to provide more products to her customers and, in turn, increase her income.
Dona Sayda wants to grow her business and see it become one of the community's best known businesses. Building a successful business will allow her to continue supporting her children and paying for their education.
Sra. Maria, 33, has operated a tamales sales business for more than 10 years.
Sra. Bernardina, 34, has operated a corner grocery for 3 years.
Sra. Marlen, 36, has opererated a tailoring business for 8 years.

Choluteca, Honduras - December 2012

In this group: Sayda Marina, Maria Esther, Bernardina, Marlen Johana

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jere Wiseman

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