Update on Maria DiodoraMaría has decided to apply for a new loan to buy twine and thread, which are the raw materials she needs to continue working and fulfilling her clients' orders. Her previous loan had a very positive impact. The earnings she generated allowed her to pay off her debt and install a small store in her home. Her life is changing little by little thanks to the support she has been offered and the good administration.
Su vida está cambiando poco a poco gracias al apoyo que se le ha brindado y a la buena administración.
Previous Loan DetailsMaría is requesting a new loan so that she can buy more supplies for making hammocks and bags since she already has orders for her work. Therefore, she needs enough materials to complete these requests. Her purchase will consists of thread and twine of various colors.
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