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Total loan: $1,650

Yadira Veronica

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24 de Mayo, Pichincha, Ecuador / Clothing

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A loan helped to buy robes, pajamas, undergarments, shorts, dresses, and other types of clothes to sell.

Yadira Veronica's story

Yadira Veronica is in a common-law relationship and does not have children at the moment. Her partner works at a factory. They live at her mother’s house in 24 de Mayo. The humble people who live in this area engage in short-cycle agriculture (cultivating crops such as onions, green beans, and tomatoes). They also raise poultry and pigs, as well as engage in general trade.

Yadira Veronica sells all types of clothes for women and children. She conducts her sales by going door to door, but she also sells at her house where she has a small designated space. Yadira Veronica says that her customers place their orders with her. She works every day for about four hours each day. Her products are offered on credit and she collects payments every 15 days. Things were difficult during the worldwide financial crisis because her customers were not able to pay since many had lost their jobs and some even died. The health crisis was very bad at first because she not able to sell, but now her business is gradually restarting so that she can continue generating income.

This new loan will be used to buy robes, pajamas, undergarments, shorts, dresses, and other types of clothes. Her dreams are to own a house and to see her family in good health.