A loan of $675 helped to pay suppliers's invoices and beef up her inventory by buying cookies, cigarettes, among other items.

Nora Lilia's story

Nora is a strong and hard working woman who is dedicated to managing her own business, a grocery store where she offers all types of products from the family basket. She continued with the business for fifteen years after the death of her father who was the owner, leaving behind his religious life. She works every day from the early morning hours and has the advantage of being recognized in the area for her expansive path in the market.

The loan requested is support to pay her suppliers' invoices and strengthen her inventory by buying cookies, cigarettes, among other items. This will allow her to maintain her credit open to keep stocking with more products and offer a great variety and satisfy the different tastes and needs. This will be reflected in the increase in sales and, in the end, in income that she receives from her work.

Nora says that her greatest desire is to continue the business offering better service and new products every day to her customers, and will thus have greater economic stability and will be able to enjoy a better quality of life.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer

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