A loan of $1,275 helped purchase products such as basic grains, beans, rice, sugar, flour, cornmeal, butter, beverages, eggs, etc. for selling.

Maria Dolores's story

Maria Dolores is 48 years old, married, has three children, and lives with her family in San Juan Pueblo.

Maria started her grocery store four years ago, seeing the need to generate extra income that would help her cover daily household expenses. She sells basic groceries such as rice, beans, butter, flour, cornmeal, eggs, cold meats, dairy products, etc. She says that since the start, things have been going well for her. She has her own clientele, and her sales are good. She is grateful for the support that you all have given her and, thanks to the loans, her business is staying stable.

This is her third loan of 25,000 lempiras that she needs to purchase more products such as beans, rice, butter, flour, meats, etc. These are to offer her customers that they need on a daily basis in their homes.

Her main goal is to help her children with their education and what they need.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Olivia Shirley

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