Evelia del Carmen is a hardworking and entrepreneurial 48-year-old woman. For 20 years she has sold fruits and vegetables in the market in Masaya. She started out selling bananas; she observed how the market worked and began to buy what was in season because it's cheapest.
She has 8 children but only two are still in her care; one is 22 and is in their final year studying banking and finance, the other is 10 and in primary school.
La señora Evelia del Carmen es una mujer trabajadora y emprendedora de 48 años quien se dedica a la venta de frutas y verduras en el mercado de Masaya desde hace 20 años. Ella inicio con la venta de bananos luego fue viendo cómo se movía el mercado y empezó a comprar lo que estaba en flota que es más barato.
Ella tiene ocho hijos pero a su cargo solo tiene dos uno de 22 años quien está en su último año de Banca y Finanza y uno 10 años que está en primaria. Evelia invertirá el crédito en la cosecha de mamon.
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