A loan of $200 helped to buy meat, corn, lard, sugar, coloring, seasonings, plantains, lettuce, tomatoes, cabbage, etc. for her business.

Amparo Yamileth's story

Amparo is a responsible, hardworking and honest person. She lives with her husband and their 4 children in a community in southern Honduras. her business is selling snacks.

Amparo has had her business selling food for more than 16 years. She needs the loan to buy meat, corn, lard, coloring, seasoning, plantains, lettuce, tomaotes, cabbage, etc.

With the loan, Amparo hopes for the sales in her business to rise by having more product to offer her customers and thus be able to serve them better. She also hopes to cover her needs and improve her and her family's quality of life a little better.

Amparo hopes that in a few years her business will keep growing and become one of the biggest and best known in the area. She also hopes that her children will become good people with better opportunities in life.

Choluteca, Honduras – June, 2013

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ellen Donohue

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