A loan of $3,950 helped a member have working capital for her business selling edible products like rice, beans, sugar, milk, bread, detergent, maize, matches, olive oil, juices, sodas, greens and eggs.


El Señor Es Mi Rey Group's story

El Señor es mi Rey (The Lord is my King) communal bank is made up of thirteen members, ten women and three men, all responsible parents who want to have personal success. They are from the north of the country. They are characterized by their hard work, responsibility and desire for personal success. In their spare time they like to spend time in their children's company. Sadly, a lack of financial resources means they couldn't pursue a career and were forced to start working from an early age. Currently they fight every day to provide a better future for them.

Thanks to her efforts and desire to get ahead, the coordinator of the group who is from Candelaria owns a grocery store - a small stall from which she sells edible products in small quantities like rice, beans, sugar, milk, bread, detergent, maize, matches, olive oil, juices, sodas, greens and eggs. She works 12 hours a day and her business is located at her home. The objective of this loan is to be working capital for her business buying and selling edible products so that in the not too distant future she can improve her income.

The El Señor es mi Rey communal bank thanks Kiva lenders for the help they provide to people without means and from poorer countries like Nicaragua so that they can have dignified jobs.

In this group: Vilma De La Cruz, Eylen Ana, Candelaria Del Socorro, Roger Antonio , Milena Del Socorro, Elda Merali, Yaneth Del Socorro, Samara Jesselt, Edwin Bayardo, Alma Yanine, Norlan Antonio, Aura Elena, Heydi Johana
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ines Teles



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