La Esperanza Del Valle Group
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A loan helped Purchase furniture.
La Esperanza Del Valle Group's story
Ms. Sara Edith has been selling stuffed potatoes as a street vendor for a living for six months. She prepares her dishes every morning, then goes out to various sports grounds, selling her stuffed potatoes throughout the adjacent streets.
She is making use of her charm because she is a very cheerful and friendly person. A friend gave her the idea of investing in a food business. With this business, she has been able to support her family--her two children--as she is both a mother and a father for them. Above all, she has been able to cover her children's educational expenses.
She would very much like to open up her own restaurant in the future.
The loan that she is requesting will be invested in purchasing tables and chairs so that she can set them up outsiD. her home and sell her stuffed potatoes and possibly more dishes.
Translated from Spanish by Elizabeth Casian, Kiva Volunteer