A loan of $625 helped to buy trousers, t-shirts, shorts, socks, shoes, flip-flops and basic goods: rice, oil and sugar.

Himer Yosmany's story

Himmer is originally from San Rafael del sur, Nicaragua. They live in a district of the same municipality. He also has a grown daughter.

He has a small grocery store where he sells staple goods such as rice, beans, sugar, corn, wheat and dairy products like cheese, cream and milk. He also sells new clothing and flip flops. It's a small store but full of basic products for the home.

He has had two loans before which he has invested in his business. His partner works in the shop too. They are two young people who have known how to work hard and fight to have a better quality of life.

This client started his business with his savings and finance from Ceprodel. Now, his business has grown and he is happy with the support that he has been given thanks to Kiva and Ceprodel.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Amy Bell

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