A loan of $1,325 helped to buy clothes, shoes and cosmetics to sell.


Linmay's story

Linmay, 34, has a son; she lives in Azacualpa, Santa Bárbara with her spouse and son. She has her own business selling merchandise like shirts, blouses, pants, lotions, creams and footwear. She’s had the business for four years. She sells at home and also from place to place. Linmay has decided to ask for another loan to stock her business. It’s for 26,000 Lempiras and it’s her second ODEF cycle. She will buy clothes, cosmetics and footwear to increase inventory and sales. Her goal is to eventually sell her goods in other villages and be able to help with her son’s schooling and to improve his quality of life with the profits.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz



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