Amistad 4 Group
Ana’s most important challenge is to see her children become professionals. God has given her the strength to work hard as a single mother, to provide for her family and to send her children to study. She enjoys sewing and making products. She learned her last one around six years ago and, after completing all her classes, she decided to invest and produce products for hair, body and other uses. She has received 15 loans with Esperanza and, with her first loan, she bought a sewing machine and started making student uniforms. With this loan, Ana will buy fabric to make bedspreads and bathroom set and chemical products (Sodium chloride, boric acid, menthol, methyl salicylate, glycerin, fruit fragrance, cetyl alcoohol, etc.) for hair and household products.
Ana's dream is to have a big factory to produce her chemical-based products and to sell them in other cities and in big department stores. She thanks you all for your support.
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