Update on Torre GroupThe Las Torres (The Towers) group is made up of three hard-working and enterprising people.
One of them is Martha Ercilia, age 46. She has a “fritanga”, a popular fried food restaurant. She also sells ice and firewood. She started this business by selling soup on Mondays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Then she started to make tacos, sliced plantains, and enchildadas, etc. In addition to that she has a barber shop that her son runs.
She will use the loan to make improvements to her business. She will mainly change the roof on her business, buy a stove, and buy products for the barber shop.
Martha has five children. Three of them are minors, ages 19, 16, and 3, and they go to school.
Her fellow group members are María, age 54,who sells typical Nicaraguan sweets and Cándido, who has been peddling sweets for 20 years.
Ella invertirá el crédito en mejoras al negocio principalmente cambiar el techo del negocio, comprar un cocina y productos para la barbería.
Martha tiene 5 hijos de los cuales tres son menores de 19, 16 y 3 años los cuales estudian.
Los otros integrantes son María de 54 años quien tiene una dulcería donde produce los típicos postres nicaragüense las cajetas, pillo quinto, atol, buñuelos….etc. y Candido quien es buhonero de golosinas desde hace 20 años.
Previous Loan DetailsThe Las Torres (The Towers) group is made up of three hard-working people. One of them is Martha Ercilia. She has sold food for the last three years and used profits from her business in the market to set up an eatery. She will use the requested funds to buy rice, cooking oil, meat, vegetable... More from Torre Group's previous loan »
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