A loan of $1,000 helped to stock her business with products like soft drinks, meat, basic grains, lard, bread, eggs,etc. and also use part of the loan to buy wood to install windows in her house.

Nora Elizeth's story

Nora is 25 years old. She has two children and lives with her common-law husband in the municipality of Quimistan, Santa Barbara. For the past two years she has been operating a small store that offers food products such as meat, rice, corn, beans, dairy products, soft drinks, vegetables, churros (a fried dough pastry), bread, etc.

The loan Nora is requesting is for 20,000 HNL. She will use it to buy more products like soft drinks, meat, eggs, bread, lard and basic grains. She can stock her store more and generate more income. Also she will buy wood to install windows in her house. Her plan is to have a larger house, help her children with their education and keep her store well-stocked.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer leonardo

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