: Mexico -
: Retail
: $325
: Kiva

esLa señora Silvia va a comprar con su préstamo zapatos de dama, caballero y niños, la señora Verónica va a comprar verdura, carne,, refrescos y ropa, la señora Raquel va a comprar tintes, uñas, acrílicos, pinceles, pinturas, decoraciones, etc. La señora Virginia Guadalupe va a comprar azúcar, huevo, sal, sopas, jabón, aceite, refrescos. La señora Virginia tiene 37 años de edad, ella es casada su esposo trabaja en una fábrica de autopartes de autos, ella tiene una tienda de perfumes, regalos y abarrotes, ella solicito su préstamo para comprar aceite, azúcar, leche, jabón, huevo, chiles secos guajillo, refresco, aguas, chiles en vinagre, atún, sardinas, crema nívea, shapoo, regalos, juguetes, monederos, carteras, tines, calcetas, ella inicio su negocio hace 15 años, es herencia de su mama y ahora es familiar la atiende su esposo y su hija, su negocio es importante porque le ayuda en la economía, ella se siente orgullosa de vender perfumes y cosméticos de Avon por los regalos que le llegan, ella utiliza las ganancias para comprarles algo a sus papas como frutas, el gas o medicinas. Ella está planeando ampliar su negocio comprar más cosas para regalo como ropa. Sus sueños y esperanzas son crecer su negocio meter más de todo y que su hija tenga una mejor educación, ella está feliz con este préstamo que va a recibir por la oportunidad de surtir su tienda. Las integrantes del grupo quieren decirle a Kiva y a Fundación Realidad “Les agradecemos la oportunidad que nos dan para hacer crecer nuestros negocios, gracias por los préstamos que nos dan y que sigan ayudando a las personas que lo necesitan”.enWith this loan, Silvia is going to buy shoes for men, women and children. Veronica will buy vegetables, meat, drinks and clothing. Raquel will buy hair color, acrylic nails, brushes, nail polish, accessories, etc. Virginia Guadalupe will buy sugar, eggs, salt, soups, soap, cooking oil and drinks. Virginia is 37 years old. She is married and her husband works in a factory that makes automobile parts. She has a store where she sells perfumes, gifts and groceries. She is requesting a loan to buy cooking oil, sugar, milk, soap, eggs, dried guajillo chili peppers, drinks, water, pickled peppers, olives, sardines, Nivea cream, shampoo, gifts, toys, change purses, wallets, socks, etc. She started in her business 15 years ago; she inherited it from her mother. Now it is a family business that her husband and daughter also participate in. Her business is important because it helps her with her finances. She feels proud to sell perfumes and Avon cosmetics because of the gifts that she gets. She will use the proceeds to buy something for her parents, such as fruit, gas or medicines. She is planning to expand her business by purchasing more gift items, such as clothing. Her hopes and dreams are to grow her business by having more of everything, and also to provide her daughter with a better education. She is happy with the loan that she is going to receive, which will give her the opportunity to stock up her store. The members of this group want to say to Kiva and to the Fundación Realidad, "We appreciate the opportunity that you are giving us to make our businesses grow. Thank you for the loans that you are providing us, and keep helping those in need."

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