A loan of $2,375 helped a member to buy corn, beans, sugar, lard, chicken, meat, dairy products, bread, coffee, soap, detergent, bleach, and other products for her business.


G.s Buenas Nuevas Group's story

Domitila works in sales. Her main job is selling groceries; she has more than 10 years of experience. This business has helped her to get by, because the income that she gets from the business helps her to get ahead with her family. Her business is located in her house. Her main customers are people who live in her neighborhood. Doña Domitila is asking for a loan to buy corn, beans, sugar, lard, chicken, meat, dairy products, bread, coffee, soap, detergent, bleach, and other products. In order to give good service to her customers, she usually makes her sales in cash. She used her previous loan to better stock her business, which generated improved earnings for her. She dreams of restocking her grocery business and having more customers. She is asking for this loan along with a group that includes the following people: Blanca, who works in sales. Her main job is sales in a small grocery store. She has 25 years of experience. Sandra, who works in sales. Her main job is selling clothing and shoes. She has four years of experience. Elsi, work works in sales. Her main job is sales in a small grocery store. She has five years of experience. Diana, who works in sales. Her main job is selling blocks. She has two years of experience. -Danli El Paraíso, Honduras. April 2014

In this group: Domitila, Elsi, Blanca, Diana Michell, Sandra Beatriz
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Patricia Patton



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