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Total loan: $300

Marina

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, , El Salvador / Food

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A loan helped to buy vegetables, condiments, etc. as well as large frying pans so she has raw material and equipment to continue selling snack foods.


Marina's story

Marina is legally married but has been separated from her husband for 20 years. She currently lives with her two children aged 23 and 18 years old. Both of them are dependent on her. She comments that she has no relatives living outside the country.

Marina's business is preparing snack foods to sell. She started this 15 years ago. She runs her business by herself from Monday to Saturday on a timetable from nine in the morning until four in the afternoon. Her problem is the amount of competition in the area.

She will use the money to buy vegetables, condiments, etc. as well as large frying pans. Then she will have raw material and equipment to continue selling snack foods. She feels that this investment will help her have a better supplied inventory. The downside is if her future sales don't turn out as she is hoping.

Her dream is to have her own shop to sell her snack foods and gain popularity on the municipality for the products she sells.