A loan of $2,275 helped to buy fabric, threads, etc.

Eva Ernestina's story

48-year-old Eva and her daughter Nora, 28, own a business making school uniforms. The business is located in their home where they built a room especially for it. They have a limited range of fabrics and need more variety and quality as they say that the summer season is starting and it is a very good season for them because the schools ask them for sports t-shirts, shorts, skirts, etc. which means they have to make different designs of uniform. However, in order to do this, Eva needs the loan that she is currently requesting to buy a range of fabric, threads, etc.

Eva and her daughter have run their business well but their customers are asking them for a greater range of uniforms and occasionally they don't have the fabric they need to do the work. Eva plans to repay her loan with the profits she makes in her business.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Linda Oxnard

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