Update on Maria DeysiMaría needs to strengthen her tamale sales which is why she’s once again requesting a loan to buy corn on the cob, oil, firewood and corn which will allow her to stay in business and grow economically with her family because this activity keeps her occupied and is her main source of income.
Thanks to the previous loan she strengthened her business and has ben able to help her family get ahead economically with the profits. She continues developing the business and improving every day.
Gracias al crédito anterior fortaleció su negocio y con las ganancias a podido ayudar a su familia a salir adelante económicamente, ella sigue manteniendo en desarrollo su negocio y mejorando cada dia.
Previous Loan DetailsMaria lives with her husband and daughter. Her business is making and selling corn tamales, which she learned from her mother. Maria has seven years of experience in the business. As a traveling vendor she does not have a set schedule. She is asking for this loan in order to buy corn and fire... More from Maria Deysi's previous loan »
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