Total loan: $550

Maria Del Carmen

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Juan De Acosta, Atlantico, Colombia / Services

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A loan helped to invest in the purchase of different types of fabric such as challis, patterned challis, poplin, flannel, thread, needles, scissors, etc.

Maria Del Carmen's story

Maria Del Carmen is a 20-year-old young microentrepreneur. She is single and lives in the town of Juan de Acosta with her family.

This entrepreneur started her clothing business to generate income for her household economy. Maria, with dedication and effort learned this art. She undertook this activity with her own savings. She bought her own machines and began to market her products in various towns on the coast. She offers her tailoring services and makes different garments such as unisex clothing, children's clothing, cocktail dresses, casual, school uniforms and also offers clothing clinic services.

Today this profession is a fundamental part of family's income. This business has been very profitable for this microentrepreneur, but due to the pandemic her income was affected.

She needs to strengthen her business plan with the economic reactivation. She needs to improve and expand her stock of raw materials, which is why she is currently applying to a loan. This is the first financing she applies to with the Santo Domingo Foundation, to invest in the purchase of different types of fabric such as chalis, printed chalis, poplin, flannel, threads, needles, scissors, etc.

Maria needs an injection of capital to strengthen her business, increase her profits and improve her family's quality of life.

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