A loan of $300 helped to have working capital to purchase basic products like beans, sugar, rice, oil, sweets and dairy products among other items.

Yaritza Yunieth's story

Yaritza Yunieth is married with one child who is a minor. She lives in Chinandega, an area characterized for its productive trade. Yaritza is a micro-business woman who has her business of a small grocery store in her home. The business consists of selling everyday home products in small sizes, like little bags of coffee, of shampoo, of laundry detergent, and toothpaste, a pound of rice, 1/4 of oil, frozen goods, sweets and wool among other products. She started this business with her own funds to help with the household expenses. One of her dreams is to grow her business more. The aim of the loan is to invest it in her working capital, stock her grocery store, provide her customers with a better service and increase her income in the near future.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jacqueline Demeranville

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