A loan of $1,250 helped to stock up her grocery store with basic goods like rice, sugar, beans, lard, cleaning products, eggs, bread, pasta, flour, etc.


Magda Sagrario's story

Magda is 27 years old, a single mother, has one son, and lives in the town of Victoria, Yoro. More than four years ago she established her own grocery store where she sells staple goods like basic grains, sugar, soap, sweets, lard, salt, bread, eggs, toilet paper, condiments, etc. She also gets other income working as the social coordinator in the community's health center. The loan that she asks for is the second that ODEF has granted her and it is for 25,000 Lempiras, which she will use to stock up her grocery store with basic goods like rice, sugar, beans, lard, cleaning products, eggs, bread, pasta, flour, etc. Her goal is to improve her financial level so that her son can go to school.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Stephanie Sawyer



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