Mi Dios Todo Lo Puede 1, 2, 3 & 4 Group
Fabiola lives in a simple home with her family which is comprised of three members: her two children and herself. She started with Esperanza International because she needed capital to reinvest in a business. She is very excited to be receiving her second loan from Esperanza International after having successfully paid off her previous loans and having taken steps to grow her business. She has had her business for around five years.
Fabiola is planning to invest her new loan in purchasing charcoal to sell in her community. She will also buy miscellaneous products like cosmetics and others things. She will run two different business activities -- miscellaneous product sales and charcoal sales. She said her most difficult challenge was to start her business. She thanks you all for your support!!!
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