A loan of $500 helped to buy products for her grocery store, such as soft drinks, bread, sweets, sausages and corn flour.

Nolvia Aracely's story

Nolvina is 34 years old. She has three children and lives with her husband in a village in the municipality of Macuelizo, Santa Bárbara.

It has been more than eight years since her started her own business, a grocery store where she sells vegetables, soft drinks, dairy products, sugar, corn flour, flour, rice, churros, bread, etc. This business is her source of income from which she supports her husband with household expenses.

She has kept the business by investing several loans. The loan request is for 10,000 lempiras and is the tenth cycle with ODEF. It will be invested in the purchase of products for the business, such as staple foods, soft drinks, churros, corn flour, sugar, eggs, condiments, cleaning products, etc.

Her goal is to continue preparing her children in education and fill her business more each day to earn better income.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Rachel Alexander

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