A loan of $700 helped to buy potatoes, rice and oil in bulk to continue with her business preparing fried chicken.

Reyna's story

Reyna is married, she has a two-year-old daughter and they live in her parents-in-law's home. The house is located in the Estrellas de Belén area of the city of El Alto. Reyna completed secondary school and now has a store where she sells fried chicken to her customers.

The loan she is seeking is to buy supplies in bulk such as potatoes, rice and oil. In this way, she can save a little in terms of costs and at the same time improve her profits.

Reyna dreams of having a restaurant based in her home where she could offer meals from breakfasts to à la carte dishes. This is the first time she is applying for a loan with IMPRO and the first time with Kiva.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Severine

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