A loan of $925 helped a member to buy corn, beans, meat, bread, milk products, chicken, soft drinks, sugar, rice, coffee, etc. for her business.


G.s La Providencia Group's story

Maria is 43 years old and lives in the southern part of Honduras. She lives with her children and her spouse, who supports her in her business. She has a general grocery store, a job which she has been doing for 6 years in the city where she lives. Maria's business is in a strategic location, where many people pass by. It is on the main street so it is frequented by many people. Maria needs this loan to buy corn, beans, meat, bread, milk products, chicken, soft drinks, sugar, rice, coffee, etc. With this loan she hopes that her sales will grow, given that she will have a much greater variety of products. In this way, she will meet the needs of all of her customers, who have been coming to her store since the early days. Maria and the other members of her group plan to grow their businesses in the future and to be among the best in the city. At the same time, they want to generate better income to improve their quality of life a bit. Meysy works selling used clothing. Carlos works selling used clothing

In this group: Maria Del Carmen, Meysy Claribel, Carlos Alfredo
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Aesclinn Donohue



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