Total loan: $1,075

Betty Dolores

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Tosagua, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Food

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A loan helped to buy native chickens, eggs, hundredweights of rice and more.

Betty Dolores's story

Tosagua is a productive neighborhood, they harvest cacao, coffee, plantains, corn and more and have a ranch where they raise poultry and pigs.

Betty Dolores is 72 years old. She is married and has five children from this relationship who are all adults. Her husband is a salesman. They live in their own home. Betty, along with her husband, strive to maintain their business selling rice, sugar, detergent, toilet paper, canned goods and other products wholesale and in small quantities.

They have a shop and a car in which they do delivery to homes and to shops in the area. They also travel the farms selling this widely consumed products. They also buy native chickens and eggs, the same which they sell to their long standing customers.

With this new loan they will buy native chickens, eggs, hundredweights of rice and more. Her dream is to be very healthy and for her business to continue growing.