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Total loan: $1,000

Maria Elizabeth

, , El Salvador / Food

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A loan helped to buy shrimp, and fresh fish as well as dry fish, and in this way, have enough products to take advantage of the coming good sales season.


Maria Elizabeth's story

Maria is single, and she has a three-year-old son. She and her son live with her mother, two brothers, and three nephews. Maria is a dependent, but she also contributes to the household expenses. She is engaged in selling seafood, a business she has been developing for two years and learned from one of her uncles. Maria sensed that this was a profitable business, so she decided to start her own business. She works from Monday to Saturday, and each day she buys a certain quantity of seafood and then goes out to restaurants and communities to sell it.

The financial support she receives from the loan will enable her to buy shrimp, and fresh fish as well as dry fish. In this way, she will have enough products to take advantage of the coming good sales season. Maria feels that the investment will keep her working and generating family subsistence income.

She dreams of strengthening her business and seeing her son grow up in a more comfortable lifestyle.