Thanks to this business she has been able to own her home and pay for her youngest son's education.
Fraxila would now like to set up a "locutorio", which is a small phone kiosk or booth, where people can can make phone calls for a fee. She would also like to help her daughter with her notions store.
Translated from Spanish by Libertad Leal, Kiva volunteer.
Desde hace 22 años, Fraxila trabaja vendiendo verduras en el mercado. De esta manera, ayuda a su esposo, quien vende agua ardiente (licor de caña).
Gracias a este negocio, ha podido tener su casa propia y pagar los estudios de su hijo menor en un instituto.
Fraxila desea poder poner un locutorio, además de ayudar a su hija con su mercería.
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