A loan of $1,525 helped a member to purchase donuts, cones and strawberry, chocolate and vanilla ice cream for her business.


G.s Jehova Nessi Group's story

La señora Ada is an enterprising woman who is dedicated to her business. She has been selling ice cream cones and donuts for five years. Her main customers are people who live in her neighborhood and neighbors in her community. In addition, she takes advantage of the soccer tournaments that happen on Sundays in her neighborhood to increase her sales.
Doña Ada needs the loan to purchase donuts, cones and strawberry, chocolate and vanilla ice-cream to stock up her business and earn a greater profit. She will then be able to continue providing her three children with an education. She is requesting this loan as a group loan with the following people:
Doña Cándida Rosa makes her living with a store. She earns her income selling general grocery items and has done so for the last eight years.
Doña Gloria makes her living with a shop. She earns her income selling framed photographs and has done so for the last five years. They all hope that the investments they are making help them greatly to improve their standards of living a bit, and their families' standards of living as well.

Danlí, Honduras – June 2014

In this group: Ada Patricia , Candida Rosa, Gloria Yamileth

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Marni Siegal



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