Rayo De Luz 1 & 2 Group
Ana has had her business for approximately 6 years, starting with some savings she had. She plans to use this loan to invest in her cafeteria, where she sells natural juices, soda, sandwiches and some snacks. With this loan, she will invest in her business by increasing her inventory.
She lives in a simple structure with her four children and her husband. She says her most difficult challenge has been to improve her business and introduce other products and services. She also added that Thanks to the Lord and these loans she has been able to increase her economic activities. One of her favorite things to do is work. Ana is excited about her fifth loan with Esperanza. She will use the profits to improve her business. Ana thanks all of you for your support.
This is a Group Loan
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