A loan of $425 helped to buy beef, pork and chicken to sell.

Ana Rosa's story

Ana, 39, is a single mother; she has two children and lives in a suburban neighborhood in San Pedro Sula. She’s been selling food items for five years in a small grocery store; she sells snacks, candy, sugar, rice, beans and mobile phone cards. She used to sell tortillas but realized a grocery store would be more profitable. The loan she’s requesting is for 8,000 Lempiras that she’ll use to buy beef, pork and chicken to increase sales. Her goal is to succeed in making the grocery store grow and to keep it well-stocked as well as to sell food like fried chicken with fried plantain which is a dish that’s in high demand in the zone.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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