Update on Amalia SaraiAmalia wants to make a new investment buying corn, string cheese, oil and gas to make pupusas [filled, grilled corncakes] to sell. To do so, she’s requesting a loan once again to have the resources needed to make the purchase. She feels that her work in the pupusa shop has improved since her previous loan. She’s stocked the business and she has what’s necessary. Family income has been stable.
Considera que su trabajo en la pupuseria ha mejorado, desde su último préstamo obtenido, ha logrado abastecer el negocio y contar con lo necesario, en su familia, comenta que sus ingresos han sido estables.
Previous Loan DetailsAmalia lives with her parents. She is single and sells pupusas (stuffed tortillas or tortilla rellenas). She began this business with the help of her mother. She works at home and her customers are her neighbors. As of now she has had no problems concerning the business. She is asking for a lo... More from Amalia Sarai's previous loan »
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