A loan of $4,025 helped a member to buy cheese, firewood, corn, sugar, eggs, baking soda and flour.


G.s Fuente De Vida Group's story

Ena, 45, has two dependent children. She lives with her husband and her activity is commerce. She works baking and selling bread and ‘rosquillas’ [traditional cookies]. Ena has more than 14 years’ experience in this income-generating activity. She has a good clientele and she carries out her activities both at home and from place to place. She sells her products to all the main businesses in her community. She’s requesting the loan to buy cheese, firewood, corn, sugar, eggs, baking soda and flour which are the raw materials to make her product. Ena hopes to stock her business well to meet customer demand and to use profits earned to improve her and her family’s quality of life a little. Ena’s dream is to own a house and provide schooling for her children. Eva works making and selling tortillas and renting rooms and Olga works selling basic grains. Idalia López works selling popular medicines and American clothes. Danlí, Honduras - December, 2012

In this group: Ena Susana, Eva Julia, Ogla Betlania, Idalia Rebeca
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz



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