A loan of $425 helped to buy shirts, skirts, pants, stockings, socks, bloomers, brassieres, boxers, etc., for her business.


Jury Lizeth's story

The young woman Jury is hard-working and has been working in her business, which is selling clothing for men, children, and women and perfumes by catalog, for four years. Jury sells as a street vendor, and the majority of her customers are teachers and neighbors from her community. Her business has been one of her principal sources of income, and she has extensive experience. She knows where to buy her products at the best prices and thus be able to obtain a good profit margin. Jury is applying for the loan to purchase school clothes, which is her second business, such as shirts, skirts, pants, stockings, socks, bloomers, brassieres, boxers, etc., because this is the season when these types of products sell quite well because of the beginning of classes. The assistance of the loan that she receives will contribute to having a better business and having it better stocked. Jury's dream is to have a costume jewelry store. Danlí, Honduras -- January, 2013

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Pam McMurry



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