Mujeres En Esperanza 1, 2 & 5 Group
Raysa is a young businesswoman who is 24 years old. She is dedicated to selling shoes (footwear, men's casual shoes and women sandals, slippers and shoes), purchased at wholesale and by catalog. She used her first loan from Esperanza to expand her business and now she is receiving her fifth loan, allowing her to increase her sales and access to more clients. She will use her new loan to buy merchandise wholesale.
Raysa's family is comprised of her parents and some of her siblings. Her house is built as a simple structure with a zinc roof and block walls. She is focused on finishing her studies and working to help her parents. She is very thankful for your support!!!
This is a Group Loan
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