A loan of $625 helped to supply her store with products such as rice, sugar, sodas, butter, meat, churros, vegetables and other groceries.

Floridalma's story

42 year old Floridalma is a single mother of 7 children and lives with three of them in a village that is part of Entrada, in the Copan area. Previously, she sold natural medicines. But, 3 years ago, she decided to open a grocery store to sell foods such as rice, sugar, eggs, bread, salt, butter, sodas, churros, flour, pasta, and vegetables. She has requested a loan of $625 to supply her store with food products and to offer her customers some variety. Her goal is to have a big store to support her children.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Alison Hynd

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