A loan of $1,125 helped to buy natural products.

Elenn Rosario's story

Elenn belongs to the “Virgen D. la Inmaculada” communal bank in Tarapoto District, San Martín Province and Department. She’s 48 years old, married and has three children. Only her youngest daughter is in secondary school.

As a family, they’ve been running family businesses for several years now that help them get ahead. Eight years ago she decided to start selling Reno Ware products and is still doing so but the business she’s been focusing the most for the last year and a half when she got the opportunity to go into it is a new product: Gano Derma-DXN Coffee which four months ago opened a regional distribution office in her house. Needing staff for this business, she gave her son and her husband the opportunity to participate in it thus demonstrating that the family is a good work team to get ahead.

She will use this 3000 sol loan to buy DXN Coffee to then sell in the various regional provinces. Elenn is a very creative, enterprising woman. Her goal is to continue to increase the amount of product sold to continue growing as a family business and eventually get to visit the Gano Derma processing plant in Malaysia. She is very grateful to the Manuela Ramos Movement for providing opportunities for women like her to make their dreams come true.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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