A loan of $750 helped to buy products like lunch meats, toothpaste, rice, flour, beans, churros, eggs, bread, etcetera to stock the business.


Eva Angelina's story

Eva, 29, is single. She has a son and lives in a village of the municipality of San Marcos, Santa Bárbara. Four years ago, she started a grocery store where she sells products from the basic family basket like: bulk grains, lunch meats, toothpaste, flour, eggs, bread, spices, cereals, etc. On weekends and seasonally, she also sells food to earn more income. With the goal of keeping her business stocked and active, she has decided to apply for a loan of 15,000 lempiras to buy goods like bread, lunch meats, toothpaste, rice, beans, sugar, lard, eggs, churros, etc. Her goal is to grow her business and that way be able to help her son so that he can finish his schooling.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Caitlin Jones



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