A loan of $600 helped stock her fruit and vegetable market stall.

Griselda Beatriz's story

Griselda is an enterprising small business owner. She is married and has three children in her care. For the last five years, she has sold perishable foods in the wholesale market in Managua. She has two people who help her with her sales. The loan she is requesting will be used to buy a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, including pipián and ayote (pumpkin-like squashes), two types of lime, yuca (a starchy tuber), baby apples, baby corn, and tomatoes.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Shannon Skoglund

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