A loan of $1,325 helped a member buy uniforms, socks, shirts, pants, cuballeras (type of shirt), school shoes, skirts, etc., for her business.


G.s Monte De Sion Group's story

Digna, 60, lives with her husband in their home, located in the community of San Lorenzo, south of Honduras. She sells shirts, pants, skirts, shorts, dresses, children's clothing, underwear. Her business is located in the municipal market and her customers are all the people who walk through that area. Digna is requesting the loan to buy uniforms, socks, shirts, pants, cuballeras (type of shirt), school shoes, skirts, etc., because her sales improve during the school semester. Her dream is to make improvements to her home. Digna and the members of her group can continue investing in and growing their businesses in order to improve their families' qualities of life, as well as their own. Marco sells new clothes. Norma sells baubles and trinkets. Jose sells vegetables. Jose Luis sells grocery items. San Lorenzo, Honduras - January 2013

In this group: Digna, Marco Aurelio, Norma, Jose Ermes, Jose Luis
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Beatriz Yuste



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