A loan of $1,000 helped to stock food products like basic grains, sugar, soap, butter, meats, donuts, and other groceries to sell.


Gladis Yolanda's story

Gladis is 46 years old and lives in a common law marriage with her husband with whom she has two kids. She lives in the city of Nueva Frontera, Santa Barbara. She has always worked in business and three years ago she set up a convenience store where she sells staple goods: basic grains, sugar, soap, toilet paper, meats, donuts, candies, bread, butter, and also cooking pots. The loan that she is requesting is the second cycle and is for 20,000 lempiras. With this loan she hopes to stock food products like basic grains, sugar, soap, butter, meats, donuts, and other groceries with the purpose of gaining better profits. She has as a goal to continue working and obtain better earnings and so to be able to have a better style of life.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Malia Hinson



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