A loan of $750 helped to buy sugar, lard, soap, beverages, water, beans, coffee, rice, etc. for her business.


Gloria's story

Gloria is an enterprising woman who is works at her business selling general groceries. She has done this work for 14 years. It is located in her house. She has managed her business well and says that with God's love everything can come out alright.

Gloria started her business because there were no jobs in her community and with the idea of getting ahead with her family, she decided to become a businesswoman in her community. She is asking for the help of a loan to buy merchandise such as sugar, lard, soap, beverages, water, beans, coffee, rice, etc.

Gloria's customers prefer her because of her good service and charisma. Her business is much frequented and she likes to have a good selection. Gloria dreams of being able to repair the facade of her house and remodel it so she can expand the locale and serve her customers better, thus generating better sales and income for her family.



Danlí, Honduras – September, 2013

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ellen Donohue



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