Productoras Del Oriente Group
Eulalia, 39, is a single mother with four children, one girl and three boys. The girl and one boy are in elementary school, and the two older boys already work. She makes obleas to sell. She requested the loan to buy flour, sugar, coloring, oil, plastic bags, and packing tape to produce the obleas.
She began her business six years ago. As part of a project she was given the raw materials and an oblea machine. Her business is important because it is where she gets the money to eat, to give her children breakfast, and to pay the school expenses. She is proud to have her business in her house. She works and can attend to her children.
Her dreams and hopes are to expand her business, to buy another oblea machine, and for her children to be well. She is happy about the loan she is going to receive. She is going to buy the ingredients to continue working and making more obleas.
The members of the group are grateful to Kiva and Fundación Realidad. Thanks to their loans they continue working in their businesses.
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