Total loan: $525

Bertilda Armanda

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Charapoto, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Food

Bertilda Armanda's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped to continue stocking her store with flour and eggs.

Bertilda Armanda's story

Bertilda Armanda is married and has four children who are grown and independent. Her husband is a baker. They live in a home they own. They live in the town of Charapotó where farming is the primary financial activity. Its people are very humble and generous to their own and to visitors.

Bertilda and her husband own a store and bakery. In the morning they make bread while selling staple goods that they have in their store and their customers need.

They pandemic was very bad for them at first, as they couldn't sell, but little by little they are starting up again. One son got sick with Covid-19 but is recuperating. His wife had emergency surgery but is recuperating too.

With this new loan Bertilda will buy groceries to continue stocking her store, such as flour and eggs. Her dream is to have very good health and that her family not get sick.