A loan of $1,025 helped to buy flip-flops and beads for embroidery.

Sharron Denisse's story

Sharron, 21, lives with her partner and daughter, and she makes and sells embroidered flip-flops. She is a humble person with a kind disposition who is enterprising, determined and very hard working. She conducts business in the "Plan 3000" neighborhood in the southern part of the city, which is known for its growing population over the last few years and for its increase in production in all areas.

Sharron has a dark complexion, is of average height and has long, dark hair. She dresses fashionably and works out of an improvised stall set up near her home. She buys the flip-flops for the summer season and decorates them with beads to make them special and modern. Then she puts them out for sale.

Her dream is to have a fixed sales point where she can exhibit her creations and attend to fixed customers. She wants to improve her family's quality of life and therefore needs to buy flip-flops and beads wholesale to reduce costs and have material on hand to work. This is why Sharron is requesting a loan to buy flip-flops and beads wholesale so she can use the profits she earns to improve her daughter's quality of life.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Sherry Bess

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