A loan of $1,500 helped to buy a two-door refrigerator as well as meats, chicken, ham, sausages, and chorizo.

Clara Emperatriz's story

Clara is 21 years old and single. She lives with her mother, her grandmother, and her two siblings. Clara left school so that she could devote her time to helping her mother with selling hamburgers and French fries every afternoon from their home. In the mornings, she and her cousin travel by bicycle with a basket filled with vegetables and sausages to sell.

Clara is requesting a loan from Fundación Campo so that she can purchase a two-door refrigerator for storing sausages and chicken since she currently sells these items. She will also buy meats, chicken, ham, sausages, and chorizo. The refrigerator she currently owns is not enough to preserve the merchandise she needs to store. Her mother uses the space to keep soft drinks that she needs when selling “pupusas”. Clara says that her dream has always been to open a store and that she is on her way to doing that.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

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