Update on Sonia ElizabethSonia is asking for a new loan to be able to invest in buying materials to make pupusas. She will natural gas, corn, condiments, flour, oil and more to have a better inventory to do her sales every day.
With the previous loan, she was able to have a positive effect with the investment. Her business has been more productive and has had a greater capacity to serve more customers. In her family, every thing is fine, considering that their conditions are more stable through the growth of the business and perserverance with the loans.
Con el préstamo anterior logró tener un efecto positivo de la inversión, ya que su negocio ha sido más productivo y ha tenido más capacidad para atender a los clientes, en su familia todo está bien considera que sus condiciones están siendo más estables a través del crecimiento del negocio y la perseverancia con los préstamos.
Previous Loan DetailsSonia lives with her aunt and two children, aged 10 and 15. She manages a shop selling pupusas that she started three years ago with the help of her mother. Sonia now seeks a credit to buy chicken, chicharrón, cheese, oil, tomatos and condiments, to make pupusas. This inventory will help her g... More from Sonia Elizabeth's previous loan »
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