Total loan: $1,525

Jacqueline Auxiliadora

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Portoviejo, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Retail

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A loan helped to purchase make-up, lipsticks, perfumes and a variety of spare parts.

Jacqueline Auxiliadora's story

The city of Portoviejo was affected by the April 16, 2016 earthquake. The city is rich in production of vegetables and tropical fruits for domestic consumption.

Jacqueline is 35 years old and married, with three children, ages 13, 6 and 2, who are in elementary school and secondary school. Jacqueline’s husband is a technician who repairs appliances. He has a small technical service center for household appliances. He is studying social work at the university.

In order to support her family and contribute toward the household expenses, Jacqueline and her husband sell spare parts for a variety of brands of household appliances. Her biggest purchaser is her husband. He has a small repair shop at home and his customers make purchases so that he can repair their household appliances.

Jacqueline also sells Belcorp (L’bel, Cyzone and Esika brands) catalog items (beauty products, cosmetics, perfume and women’s accessories). She sells the items on credit and collects payment weekly. Jacqueline will use this new loan to purchase make-up, lipsticks, perfumes and a variety of spare parts.

Her dream is to have a large store to sell spare parts for household appliances and to be a good professional.