A loan of $300 helped to purchase clothing to sell.

Keny Edilia's story

Keny lives with her husband, who works a great deal so that he can give his family the best and make sure they have everything they need to live better. Keny works selling women's clothing like blouses, pants, tee shirts, underwear and more. She is a person who works hard to sell more every day, because she knows the importance of her contribution to the well-being of her home and her family.

Keny sells the clothing as a street vendor (she has several regular customers) as well as in her pupusa [grilled, stuffed corn tortillas] shop. She is requesting a loan from INTEGRAL so that she will be able to invest in her business, increasing the quantity of clothing and also acquiring a greater variety of colors, sizes, and designs. That way, she will be able to accommodate a greater range of personal tastes, thereby increasing her sales and earnings.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Holly Torpey

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