A loan of $800 helped to buy stock merchandise at wholesale.

Durbelly's story

Durbelly, 36, is married and mother of two children. Some time ago due to the lack of employment opportunities she decided to start her own business to earn income on her own and be able to help her husband support the family. She opened a small store in a sector of the city where her advantage is not having any nearby competition. To date, she’s had good results and has been able to generate income to cover basic household expenses.

She is a driven, hardworking, active and enterprising woman who states that she likes her work because she manages her own time, generates income and can watch over her home.

She’s asking for the loan now to buy stock merchandise at wholesale (cleaning supplies, packaged snacks, crackers and cookies, sweets and basic staple items) so that she can increase her inventory and offer more variety of goods to her customers meeting their needs and various tastes. This will be reflected in higher sales and thus income earned.

Durbelly dreams with making he business grow and strengthen to become a minimarket where she can generate employment and have economic stability to guarantee better well-being for her children and to have better quality of life in the future in the medium run.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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