Sunilda sells a variety of candies, cakes and pop corn to the children and teachers of primary school in Café community of Santo Domingo. Sunilda has three school-going children, and she and her husband have to struggle in order to support their studies.
As she talks about her dream for the future, Sunilda says that she would like to have a house where her family can live comfortably. She also wants to have a local place where she can operate the business. That way, Sunilda won’t have to take her merchandise everyday to the school, and people will be able to visit her store to make the purchase of these goods.
She is requesting a loan of $375 to buy raw materials to keep producing her candies and cakes.