Dúo Del Valle Group
Inocenta is 78 years old. She is single and has made tortillas for 35 years. Her tortilla business is located in Chimaltenango. With her hard work she was able to establish and improve her housing, With her business, she has supported herself and gotten her family ahead.
Inocenta dream is to be able to improve her family's quality of life through the micro-loan that she she is asking FAPE for. With the loan, she wants to buy corn and firewood to keep growing her tortilla business.
La señora Inocenta de 78 años, soltera, desde hace 35 años posee una Tortillería ubicada en Chimaltenango, que a base de esfuerzos logro establecer y mejorar su vivienda, a través de su negocio ella ha mantenido y a sacado adelante a su familia.
El sueño de doña Inocenta es poder mejorar la calidad de su vida y la de su familia a través del microcrédito que está solicitando a FAPE; con el préstamo quiere comprar Maíz y Leña para seguir creciendo con su tortillería.
About FAPEFAPE, the Foundation for the Assistance of Small Businesses, is a nonprofit, socially-minded institution that provides loans to micro-entrepreneurs across Guatemala.
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