A loan of $1,025 helped to buy consumable products for the home, such as frozen foods, fizzy drinks, and more.

Maritza Bernarda's story

Maritza Bernarda is single and has three adult children. Originally from one of the municipalities of Chinandega, a commercial area with one of the biggest steel works in the country, Maritza has a small grocery store in her house where she sells different consumable products for the house. She sells items such as basic grains, frozen goods, detergents, sardines, sweets, fizzy drinks, eggs, and more. Maritza is hard-working and has a big desire to do better. One objective for this loan is to invest more in her grocery store. She will buy consumable products, such as frozen goods. One of Maritza's dreams is to, one day, see her house finished and to expand and stock up her grocery store. Martiza thanks Kiva investors for helping those of scarce resources and for helping poor countries, such as Nicaragua, to give people a decent job.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Iain Gaw

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