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Total loan: $800

Marlin Adali

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, , El Salvador / Food

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A loan helped to buy corn, free-range hens and firewood to stock her inventory and improve production of tamales.


Marlin Adali's story

Marlin says that thanks to her previous loan she had enough economic resources to keep her business running. She makes artisan tamales with free-range chicken and has gained the loyalty of her customers. This means sales and income are stable, allowing her to cover basic household needs and meet her financial obligations. Her family nucleus remains the same.

She is applying for a new loan to boost her business by buying corn, free-range chickens and firewood to stock her inventory and improve production of tamales. She will use the rest of the money to pay rental on her sales stall which is located across from the national hospital. This will allow her to maintain good customer service and meet demand.

She hopes to buy the merchandise wholesale and in cash to earn more profit. Marlin wants to continue working without much hardship in order to get ahead together with her loved ones.