La Esperanza El Coco 1, 2, 3 & 4 Group
Menenciana is planning on investing her new loan in the purchase of cosmetics and clothing. This is her 12th loan with Esperanza Internacional, and she will increase her inventory. She will use her profits to continue investing in her business to improve sales, and to provide for her family's needs.
Menenciana's family is made up of her and her 5 dependents, including her children and other of her family members. She says that her most difficult challenge has been to have a successful and sustainable business that generates enough income to support her and her family.
This is a Group Loan
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