Paz Y Amor Group
Alcy E. is 40 years old. She is married; her husband is 38. They have two girls, 17 and 19 years old. E. works as a street vendor, selling clothes, shoes, and also food. She works in the district of Sosua. She previously received a loan from Esperanza. This will be her second loan. The first loan made it possible for her to expand her business and increase her monthly sales. With her new loan she hopes to increase her sales even further. Alcy E. hopes that one day will be able to buy a nice house for her family. She is also concerned about the future of her children. Her oldest child has completed a year of medical school, and Alcy E. hopes to see her daughter become a doctor.
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