Total loan: $1,025

Mary Lin

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El Torno, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia / Food

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A loan helped Mary to buy an oven to replace her damaged oven and fulfill her daily orders.

Mary Lin's story

Mary is 37 years old. She is the single mother of a son, and her business is a bakery. She works in ‘El Torno', a rural area which collects farming production to stock part of the city.
Mary and her son live in her own house. There, she has an area where she started a bakery. She installed an industrial oven, a kneading machine, gas canisters and tins to bake bread. Her business is to bake bread. She has a set of customers to whom she delivers on a daily basis, and she also sells individually from her house's door.
The oven with which she started her business 15 years ago is damaged and it is generating losses and delays. In order to continue fulfilling her daily orders, she needs to replace it by a new one. The advantage is that she sells her whole production. Her problem is that oven failures delay her work. Her dream is to buy a car to distribute bread. She wants to renew her oven to continue working.
With this loan she will buy an industrial oven to replace the previous one. It is the first loan he receives from the institution in the 15 years she has worked in this business. These are the reasons why Mary is requesting a loan to buy an oven to replace the damaged oven and fulfill her daily orders.