A loan of $2,275 helped a member to buy food.

G.s Guasaule#4 Group's story

Kenia is an honest, responsible, and hardworking young person. She lives with her husband and her child in a community in the south of Honduras. For more than five years her business has been selling food.

Kenia needs the loan to buy spices, stock, salt, chili peppers, onions, celery, potatoes, plantains, beets, lettuce, chayote, cabbage, chicken, beef, etc.

With the loan she hopes to increase her sales because she'll have new capital and more products to offer her customers.

Kenia dreams of positioning her restaurant as one of the biggest and best known in her area and of being able to continue helping her child become a respectable person and have better opportunities.

Kenia and her group partners hope that this investment in their businesses will improve their families' economic situation somewhat. They're happy to work with Prisma.

Luz's business is a restaurant she has had for 15 years. Mirna has bought and sold new clothing for three years in the various hamlets near her community.

Choluteca, Honduras, January 2013

In this group: Kenia Yossely, Luz Noemi, Mirna Yamileth

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall

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