Fuerza Divina 2 Group
Dania sells underwear and clothes. She went into business using her savings, selling from her house. Now she is selling by walking and to wholesalers. Almost one year ago, she went to Esperanza and took out a loan that made it possible for her to invest a greater amount in her shop so she could earn more in profits. This is her second loan.
Dania is planning to use her portion of this 126,000 DOP loan to buy underwear, pants, t-shirts, etc. She will reinvest her profits to buy more products. She thanks you for your support.
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