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Total loan: $300
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Shova

Nepal
SainbuBhaishepati, Nepal / Grocery Store

A loan of $300 helped to buy grocery goods for her business.


Shova's story

Shova is 40 years old. She is married and has two children aged 19 and 17. In 2005, she established her grocery store business. Working seven days a week and 12 hours a day, she supports her family. She has already received and successfully repaid five loans from Patan BPW and used her most recent loan to buy grocery goods for her business. In the future, Shova plans to uplift the economic conditions of her family. She thanks you for your support. In the Kathmandu Valley, the small grocery store, called a pasal, is an important part of the local economy. Fresh produce, milk, and staples such as rice, lentils, and flour are purchased daily for cooking in the home. Owners of small grocery stores use Kiva loans to increase their purchasing power and profit margins. By keeping inventory strong and purchasing in larger amounts, owners of these small stores are able to increase profitability. While a typical pasal might be no more than 100 sq. feet, they are always full of bargaining customers, incoming produce, and shrewd businesswomen.



Loan details

Loan length:

14 months
Disbursed date: November 1, 2013
Facilitated by Field Partner: Patan Business and Professional Women

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Loan details

Loan length:

14 months
Disbursed date: November 1, 2013
Facilitated by Field Partner: Patan Business and Professional Women