Total loan: $375

Lorna Alejandra

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Cartagena de Indias, Bolivar, Colombia / Food

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A loan helped to buy oil, potatoes, cold cuts, sauces, and other supplies for her fast food business.

Lorna Alejandra's story

Lorna is a young entrepreneur who is 18 years of age. She is a resident of the city of Cartagena de Indias, where she lives with her partner and has a business of selling fast food. Lorna Alejandra started this business after she finished her studies. She later became pregnant and needed to generate household income so that she could help her partner with the household expenses.

This young woman offers her products every day in the afternoons. After her partner comes home from work, he stays with their child. Lorna offers her products for cash payment or on credit. Her primary customers are her neighbors, friends, and people who pass through the area. She is currently applying for her first Kiva loan through Fundación Mario Santo Domingo in order to buy oil, potatoes, cold cuts, sauces, and other supplies so that she can offer a variety of products and increase her sales and earnings. Please support her business loan.