Total loan: $875

Jenny Liliana

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Chone, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Health

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A loan helped to buy syrups, pills, ointments, etc. ordered by her customers.

Jenny Liliana's story

Jenny Liliana is 31 years of age, is in a common-law relationship, and has two children, 14 and 2 years of age. Her older son is in school. Her partner works on a farm as a laborer. They live in their own house in Cantón Chone. Its inhabitants are crop farmers, merchants, and livestock raisers. Its main products are cheeses that are known both nationally and internationally for their unequaled flavor and quality.

Jenny Liliana engages in catalog sales of products from Nature's Garden (natural, health and beauty products). She sells from home and as a street vendor. She works three days a week, two to three hours a day. She leaves her products on credit and collects every eight days.

During this worldwide crisis, she has gone through economic difficulties; her customers could not pay her because some were laid off from their jobs and others died. At first the healthcare crisis meant very hard times for her because she couldn't sell; but now, little by little, she is reactivating her business so that she can continue generating her income in this way.

With this loan, she will buy ordered syrups, pills, ointments, etc. Her dream is to enlarge her business and for her family to be in very good health.