A loan of $500 helped to buy more products for her store and some furniture for her "pupusería".


Rosa Estela's story

Rosa, 44, is married and has three children. She has made and sold pupusas [thick corn tortillas] since she was a small girl, when her mother taught her. Rosa runs her own grocery store.

Rosa buys ingredients for her pupusas three times a week, and the supplies for her store every Saturday. For this, she must travel to the city.

Rosa is requesting a loan to Fundación Campo to buy more products for her store and some furniture for her pupusería [an establishment that sells pupusas]. Her goal is to improve her income greatly by investing in two different activities. Her dream is to be able to give her children access to higher education.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Santiago Mejía Dugand



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