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Total loan: $300

Consuelo Del Rosario

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, , El Salvador / Food

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A loan helped to purchase yuca, plantains, cabbage, tomatoes, cooking oil, and other raw materials to make the snacks.


Consuelo Del Rosario's story

Consuelo lives with her life partner, two children who are twins, and a grandchild. The twins are 19 years old and her grandchild is 5 years old. Currently, she does not have any relatives who live out of the country.

She works selling snacks such as fried yuca, fried plantain chips, and more. Consuelo works every day and her children also support her in the business. She learned the trade from her mother and established her own business 8 years ago.

She is asking for a loan because she wants to strengthen the inventory of her business. The working capital will serve her to purchase yuca, plantains, cabbage, tomatoes, cooking oil, and other raw materials to make the snacks. With the investment, Consuelo plans to increase her sales and generate more income. The risk is of her getting COVID-19, so she she would have to stop working at her business.

The dream she has is to continue working and to grow her business to have better financial conditions to give her grandchild a better future.