A loan of $525 helped to buy grocery products for her store.

Karla Yadira's story

Karla, 36, is a single mother with one child. She lives in the municipality of Quimistan, in the department of Santa Barbara. Karla has had her own business for 6 years. She sells consumer staples such as sugar, butter, condiments, vegetables, canned goods, meat, beverages, over-the-counter medicines, and other groceries. She has kept the business active through the investments she has made from various loans. At this time, she is in her 7th loan cycle. This loan, for 10,000 Honduran lempiras, will be used to buy more products to stock her store, such as staple grains, meats, beverages, vegetables, chips, canned goods, and other groceries. This will allow her to increase her sales and income. Karla's goal is to continue with her business so that she can pay for her son's education.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lisa Grobar

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