M H Group 3
This Esperanza associate is the mother of two children. She and her long-term partner have raised their children with many sacrifices and much effort. She started her business three years ago at home, with a little money that she was able to save. This is her sixth loan. Her previous loan was repaid satisfactorily and she has made some good investments. She currently operates a business selling natural juices.
Odilis is planning to invest the money from the new loan in fruits, milk, sugar, gallon containers, disposable cups, etc. She will use her profits to save and finish building her house, which she has been building little by little. Her favorite pastime is to study the Bible. Her main challenge is to have her own home.
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