Total loan: $900

Maria Salvadora

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, , El Salvador / Food

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A loan helped to buy corn and propane, so she can have sufficient raw materials to make tortillas for sale.

Maria Salvadora's story

Maria is separated and lives with her daughter and grandson. They are 25 and 10 years old, respectively, and are both financial dependents. Maria has 6 children in all, all of them are adults. She confirms that she has relatives living outside the country.

Maria's business is to make tortillas to sell, which she opened 20 years ago. So she already has a lot of experience and is well-known in the area. She works with her daughter in the sale of tortillas, from 6 AM to 7 PM. Sometimes they have to hire a private person to help them in their tasks. Her advantage is that she has the loyalty of many customers.

The loan that she is requesting will be used to buy corn and propane gas, so that she can have enough raw materials to sell tortillas. Another part of the funds will be used to cancel other financial commitments. She hopes that the loan will help her strengthen her business and generate income for the family's subsistence.

Her goals are to continue working to grow her business and to support her daughter and grandson to get ahead. Maria also dreams of passing on a profitable business as an inheritance to her daughter.