Update on Patricia CarolinaPatricia has decided on a new loan to buy raw cashews and the required plastic items in order to prepare them for sale. This will help her have sufficient amount of product available to process and go out to sell to her customers.
The previous loan had a positive effect since she was able to buy several measures of cashews thus being able to have it available for a length of time. Her family conditions have improved and she’s added another line of work which is selling assorted bread rolls as an alternative way to expand the business and improve income.
El efecto que tuvo con el préstamo anterior fue positivo, ya que compró varias medidas de semilla de marañon, logrando tener disponible para vario tiempo, en su familia sus condiciones han mejorado y agregado otro rubro a la venta que es pan variado, como una alternativa para ir creciendo en el negocio y mejorar los ingresos.
Previous Loan DetailsPatricia lives with her family - her parents and her 3 brothers. She is a single mother to a 3 year old and her parents help her out a lot. She sells cashews, which allows her to take care of her son. She is asking for a loan to buy cashew seeds, as this is her source of income and she wants to… More from Patricia Carolina's previous loan »
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