A loan of $650 helped to stock up on products for her business such as dry grains, butter, sugar, "churros" (donuts), soft drinks and other items.

Sayda Jaqueline's story

Twenty-seven year-old Sayda has two children and lives with her husband and children in a suburb of San Pedro Sula.

She started her own business to generate an income for her family. She has a small grocery store that sells basic necessities such as dry grains, eggs, bread, candies, sugar, butter, toilet paper, soap, etc.

She has decided to request a loan of 12,000 Honduran Lemprias to stock up on the products she needs: dry grains, butter, sugar, "churros" (donuts), soft drinks, and other items.

Her goal is to have variety of products to make her business grow and to be able to help her family.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Amy Huras

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