Dios Es Mi Pastor 3 & 4 Group
Susana sells miscellaneous products in her business, such as clothing, shoes, cosmetics, and accessories. With this loan, she is planning to invest in her inventory, because in the Christmas season all products are in high demand. Susana is very excited to receive her 8th loan from Esperanza International, after having successfully repaid her previous loans, and thus taken a step towards expanding her business.
She tells us that her most important challenge is to set a store where she can sells all her items, without going outside and walking in her communities and others nearby. She enjoys being at home with her long-term partner and 5 children; right now just two of them live together with her and their father. She is planning to reinvest her profits in her business, and to get clothes and shoes for her children. She thanks all of you for your support!!!
This is a Group Loan
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