Total loan: $275

Tabatha Nicolle

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Manta, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Clothing

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A loan helped to purchase t-shirts, dresses, and women's underwear.

Tabatha Nicolle's story

Tabatha Nicolle is 20 years old, single, and does not have children at this time. She lives in her parents' house. They live in Manta, a city with lovely and welcoming beaches.

Tabatha Nicolle works selling a variety of clothing for women, men and children. She sells these as a street vendor through the city from house to house. She sells to her relatives, friends, and neighbors. She leaves them on credit and collects weekly.

During this global crisis, she has had financial difficulties. Her customers are unable to pay her because they are unemployed and others died. At first, the health crisis was very difficult for her since she was unable to sell. But now, little by little, it is reactivating, so in this way she gets ahead with the business. Her brother-in-law had COVID-19 but is recovering.

With this new loan, she will purchase t-shirts, dresses, women's underwear, etc. Her dream is that her family is very healthy and one day to have a large stationery store.