A loan of $750 helped to purchase pants, dresses, skirts and blouses, as well as chicken, corn and vegetables for her businesses.

Nora Indalecia's story

Nora lives in the small city of Danli, eastern Honduras, with her husband and children. She has a secondhand clothes stall which she runs from her home, and also sells cosmetics and perfumes in her neighborhood. In addition, Nora offers food for sale on the weekends.

Nora sells ​​soups and snacks such as nacatamales, among other delicacies. This has been her main source of income for the past five years, and the strategic location of her business allows her to attract a large number of customers. Another factor which contributes to her success is the variety of products she is able to offer.

She is a friendly lady who gives a high quality of service to her customers, which is why she is popular with them. She is applying for this loan to buy pants, dresses, skirts, and blouses, as well as chicken, corn and vegetables which are the ingredients needed for the preparation of her snacks and meals.

One of Nora's goals is to buy bales of Premium clothes, which are rated as being of high quality. She has the support of her husband.

Danlí, Honduras - July 2013

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Fiona Craig

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