A loan of $300 helped to buy firewood, clay, and nacazcol (black dye used for making pottery), as well as pay laborer(s) and transportation expenses.


Ana Hilda's story

Ana decided to ask for a new loan, since the last one was a great help to her. She had the need to continue investing in her pottery-making business. She will buy things such as firewood, clay, and nacazcol (a black dye), as well as pay laborer(s) and transportation expenses.

She believes that the effect of the loans has been positive, since she has raw materials to make pottery during the winter. This helps her a great deal in her production and in managing the family income. She has the same number of children as before and her children are still in school. These loans are a great help because she can stock up on raw materials.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Patrick Bales


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