A loan of $800 helped to buy children's clothing, which is what her customers want, to sell.


Gloria Azucena's story

Gloria is the single mother of three daughters. For eight years, she has done household chores. Four months ago, she began selling men's and women's underwear. Previously, she sold perfumes, but competition was fierce. She prefers selling clothing, and business is good. Gloria has to travel 95 kilometers each week to purchase her merchandise in the capital. She must get up at 4 AM and returns at 2 PM. She can buy at better prices and has a good supplier in the capital. She has applied to Fundación Campo for a loan to buy children's clothing, which is what her customers want, to sell. Gloria is a good administrator and has paid her first loan. With this loan, she will satisfy her need to buy garments and clothe many children at affordable prices. She believes she will have a better standard of living, as she managed her previous loan well. She thinks she will earn more and be able to give her children what they need.

Gloria is enthusiastic about the prospect of building her children's future with support from Fundación Campo. Her great wish is to educate her daughters, and she dreams of seeing her daughters taking care of themselves with the knowledge they acquire.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer



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