San Juana is a working woman. She is 28 years old, is married and the mother of two children. They are 8 and 4 years old and both study. San Juana makes a living selling dairy products and sausage. She sells door to door, in small shops, and markets and she says that the business is working great.
She will use the loan to buy more cheeses and sausages as that is what sells the most. She would like to have a small business and have workers so that she can support them with stable work.
This is a Group Loan
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