Total loan: $325

Marjorie Laleska

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Manta, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Clothing

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A loan helped to buy jeans, shorts, shirts, pants, skirts, dresses, etc.

Marjorie Laleska's story

Marjorie Laleska is 22-years old, single, does not have children at the moment and lives in a family home. She lives in Manta, which was affected by the 2016 April 16th earthquake, where buildings, businesses and many lives were lost. It is considered the most important beach city with beautiful and welcoming beaches. The majority of its population work in fishing.

Marjorie sells various women's clothing. She offers them in her house for family members, friends and neighbors. Her customers also come to her house to buy because she has a variety of different colored and styled items of clothing. She charges her customers by credit and collects payments weekly.

During this world crisis, she has had economic difficulties. Her customers cannot pay her because they have been left jobless or have passed away. At first, the sanitary crisis put her in a bad place because she was unable to sell, but now she is slowly starting up again so she can continue getting an income. With this new loan, she will buy jeans, shorts, shirts, pants, skirts, dresses, etc. Her dream is to have her own store and that her family is in good health.