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Total loan: $1,200

Nataly Yamileth

, , El Salvador / Food

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A loan helped to buy flour, cuajada cheese, salt, cinnamon, etc. to keep making quesadilla (a kind of Salvadoran cake) and give her customers better service.


Nataly Yamileth's story

Nataly is single. She is the mother of a 13-year-old girl. Nataly's source of income is making and selling quesadilla [a kind of Salvadoran cake]. She has been doing this for four years, and she is very well known for it in her community.

She has requested a loan to have the money to buy flour, cuajada cheese, salt, cinnamon, etc. in order to keep making quesadilla. This way she can offer her customers better service.

Nataly hopes that the investment will help her have better sales and income, which will in turn help to cover family expenses and assist her on paying off the debt she has incurred.

Nataly hopes to keep on being a hard-working and honest person to set an example for her customers. She also wants to give her daughter a much better lifestyle.