Audrey poses with the women of the family in a village outside of Masaya, Nicaragua. Two of the women are Kiva borrowers, meaning that they have received small loans financed through the internet by Kiva lenders. They use the credit to promote the family business of making corn tortillas, pork rinds (chicharron), beans and running a small shop (tienda).
Read more about our adventures in Nicaragua.
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