La Fortaleza, Group 3
The rainy season has just started in the Dominican Republic, and with that, the cases of colds, strep throat and the flu. Bethania will use her loan to purchase medicines that are in high demand, like children’s acetaminophen and penicillin. She usually sells them at a better price than larger pharmacies, and sometimes the government facilities don't have the medications available. So she has become an option for people who can't pay much for medication and can't move far to get them. She wants this business to grow up to be a pharmacy and she would like to become a certified pharmacist.
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