Update on Veronica PatriciaVerónica Patricia is requesting a loan so she can continue her work selling tortillas. This will allow her to buy corn and firewood, as well as other necessities, to make tortillas so she will have more materials on hand and be able to support her family with their expenses.
The previous loan helped her mprove her economic situation and family circumstances.
El credito anterior le ha ayudado, ya que las condiciones economicas y las circunstancias familiares han mejorado.
Previous Loan DetailsPatricia is 30 years old and engages in the preparation and sale of tortillas. She is married and lives with her husband who works as a mason. Her children are 11, 9, and 7 years of age. Patricia resides in the town of Jucuapa in the Department of Morazán. She learned the business from her… More from Veronica Patricia's previous loan »
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