Total loan: $450
Guayaquil (Isla), Guayas, Ecuador / Food
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Victoria Antonieta's story
Victoria P., 49, lives in a periurban zone along Guayaquil's beltway in a cement house that has all basic utilities. She has been divorced for several years and has no children. Years ago, Victoria started to sell prepared lunches to employees of a construction company near her house. Gradually, she earned enough to set up a small eatery in her home. Now, Victoria works alone, from Monday through Friday preparing dishes like: rice and beans, meat with mashed potatoes, ceviches, meat broths, chicken, vegetables, etc. Her daily profits average $30.00. One of her obstacles is that she has very little space available for her customers. She will use the funds to buy cement, stone, and sand to build a better space in her house for her eatery. In the future, she would like to buy an industrial stove and to have her own space.
Translated from Spanish by Michael Bujazan, Kiva Volunteer