Total loan: $1,325

Isabella Carolina

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Juan De Acosta, Atlantico, Colombia / Food

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A loan helped to buy milk to make cheese.

Isabella Carolina's story

Isabella Carolina is single and a micro-entrepreneur. She lives in the municipality of Juan De Acosta with her children.

She has extensive experience in commerce, having learned her business skills from a very young age. She markets and sells cheese wholesale and retail.

She started her business when she inherited it from her mother, who ran the business and proposed that she take it over. Isabella saw this as an opportunity to earn income, which she has been able to make the most of and achieve excellent results and profits. Her main customers are neighbors, passersby, family, friends, and stores in the sector.

Isabella is looking to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on her sales and income. For this reason, she is currently applying for a Kiva loan to buy milk to make cheese. This loan is the first financing she has done with Fundación Santo Domingo.

Her business goals are to strengthen her working capital, expand her product inventory, and achieve excellent profits that will improve her quality of life. She hopes to receive lenders' support for this loan, which will be a success.