Plan De Lucha 2 & 5 Group
Claritza, the mother of two children who live with her and her long-term partner, has been selling underwear for about four-and-a-half years. She started it with her initiative and a small amount of savings to generate income and be useful. She tells us that her biggest challenge has been working to help her children get ahead. Her favorite activity is tending to her business.
Having repaid her previous loan, Claritza is very excited to receive her sixth loan through Esperanza Internacional, another step toward making her business grow. She plans to invest this new loan by purchasing underwear for men and women; she intends to start selling them in wholesale quantities. Claritza will reinvest her earnings in the business and save for the future. Her dream is to have a well-established enterprise, and she thanks all of you for your support!!!
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