A loan of $1,225 helped to purchase corn, butter, eggs, cheese, sodas, churros, rice, beans, bread, coffee, margarine, meat, and juice for her business.


Jeny Carolina's story

Jeny is a very responsible and honest person. She lives with her husband and son in the southern part of Honduras. She has owned her business, a small store, for 8 years now. Her store is located right on the main street of her community. She is requesting the loan to purchase more products for her business such as: corn, butter, eggs, cheese, sodas, churros, rice, beans, bread, coffee, margarine, meat and juices. These are all times she needs to stock her business. Jeny hopes that the loan is useful and helpful and that thanks to the loan she will have the necessary supplies to cover the demand and satisfy the needs of her clients. She also hopes that her sales will increase and that thanks to this she will earn more money which will benefit her lifestyle and her family's home life. Jeny hopes to grow her business and to continue supporting her family. She also hopes that her son will fulfill his goals and dreams of finishing school and that he becomes a good person. Choluteca, Honduras – November 2013

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Kati Mayfield



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