A loan of $425 helped to buy shirts, pants, skirts, t-shirts, socks, bloomers, and brassieres for her business.

Denia Yamileth's story

Señora Denia is a hard-working woman who has been working in her business, which is selling clothing for men, children, and women, as well as perfumes and creams, for four years.

Doña Denia sells as a street vendor, and the majority of her customers are teachers. Her business has been one of her principal sources of income, and she has a great deal of experience, because she knows the places to buy her products at good prices and obtain a better profit margin.

Doña Denia is applying for the assistance of the loan to purchase school clothing, which in this season sells quite well because of the school year. She wants to buy shirts, pants, skirts, t-shirts, socks, bloomers, and brassieres. The assistance of the loan that she receives will contribute to having a better business and stocking it with everything necessary.

Doña Denia dreams of having her own location to improve her sales and her income.

Danlí, Honduras -- January, 2013

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Pam McMurry

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