Total loan: $800

Gladis Esperanza

Osicala, Morazán Department, El Salvador / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy corn, animal feed, millet and hens.

Gladis Esperanza's story

Gladis has a seventh grade education and her husband works as a pick up driver. She has three children; the eldest is in seventh grade, another attends school and the youngest is five years old. The family of five lives alone in the house.

Gladis has a hen-fattening business that she started five years ago and learned about it from previous work. She also has a job as a pupusa (stuffed tortilla) saleswoman. Her hen business is run at home and the pupusa job is five kilometers from home. Her eldest daughter helps with the poultry business. The work schedule is from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

She is in need of a loan to buy corn, animal feed, millet and more hens. The improvement in her life will mean increased income. With the loan she will have greater production in the community and can supply customers.

Gladis dreams of having a well-supplied farm so she can work and give her children a better lifestyle. The loan will help realize her dreams. The profits will be spread over supplying the business.