A loan of $1,125 helped a member to buy merchandise.


G.s Fe Y Esperanza Group's story

Digna is 28 years old and is the single mother of a little girl who depends on her. She sells clothing and other products and has been doing this income generating activity for more than three years.

Digna has steady customers, mostly her neighbors from her neighborhood and the surrounding areas whom she visits in their homes, and also people from the education centers. She is asking for this loan to buy skirts, dresses, shirts, blouses, bloomers, bras, powders, glasses, umbrellas, etc.

Digna, like her fellow members, hopes that this investment will provide her with more products and that her income increases so she can cover her family expenses.

Digna’s dream is to provide her daughter a better quality of life and better living conditions. She also wants to grow the business.

Silbia sells American clothing. Elsy sells new clothing Petrona sells vegetables

Danli, Honduras – April 2013

In this group: Digna Leticia, Silbia Esperanza, Elsy Damari, Petrona Del Carmen
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Hugo Reyes



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