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Total loan: $1,000

Mayran Esperanza

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, , El Salvador / Retail

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A loan helped to buy drinks, bread, staple grains, and other products to sell.


Mayran Esperanza's story

Mayran is married and has three children, who are all grown-ups who live with their respective families. Mayran lives with her husband, a farmer, in a house they own. Mayran trained as a tailor 25 years ago, but she realised she could not make enough money to live on this way. Therefore, 11 years ago, she set up a shop selling first-necessity items. This way, she can cover household expenses. She asks for a loan to buy drinks, bread, staple grains, and other products to sell. With this investment, she will be able to meet increased customer demand for the holidays and earn more money. Her business's strong point is that there is little competition in the area. Mayran's goal is to keep working at the shop in order to contribute to household expenses and be financially independent from her husband and children.