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Total loan: $300

Eunice Ivette

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San Miguel Centro, , El Salvador / Food

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A loan helped to buy potatoes, yuca, flour, condiments, dressings, etc., to continue to sell traditional food.


Eunice Ivette's story

Eunice, 24, finished eighth grade in school. She's in a relationship and her partner works in agriculture. They have two children, one of whom attends school.

Eunice has a business where she sells fried potatoes, yuca, pizza, soda, etc. She has had the business for three years and she learned it from her relatives. Her partner and a sister help her wait on the customers. The place she sells is the community soccer field, because there are sports meets and a lot of people go there.

She's going to use the loan to buy potatoes, yuca, flour, condiments, dressings, etc., to continue to sell traditional food. She's also going to buy soda to sell.

This will have a big impact on her life because her mother got sick and she was left with no capital for the business.

Eunice dreams of expanding her business and of her children getting a good education.