A loan of $1,275 helped a member to buy hens for her business.

G.s Caserio El Cedrito Group's story

Sayda is very enterprising. She lives with her four children in a community in Honduras and, for twelve years, she has had a business selling hens.

Sayda needs this loan to buy hens. She hopes that, with the loan, her sales will increase as she will have more capital to invest in her business.

Like the other members of her group, Sayda hopes to cover necessary costs and to improve her financial situation, and hopes that this will happen with this loan. In years to come Sayda dreams of her business becoming one of the best known and biggest in the area.

Sayda wants to continue supporting her family and children so that they become good citizens.

Victor's business is a grocery store, which he has had for six years.

Marlene also has a small grocery store; she has had it for ten years now.

Choluteca, Honduras. April 2013

In this group: Sayda, Marelene, Victor Rufino

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Iain Gaw

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