Total loan: $675

Daniela Cristina

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Manta, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Food

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A loan helped to stock her baby supplies store and to buy groceries for food preparation.

Daniela Cristina's story

Daniela is 30 years old. She's in a common-law relationship. She has 2 children, ages 12 and 4 years. Her spouse is a merchant. They live in Manta, a prosperous city visited by many tourists who like to enjoy its marvelous beaches.

Daniela is a woman who exerts herself daily to earn her income in an honorable way. It's for this reason that, several years ago, she decided to start a small baby supplies store with a friend of hers, but, upon seeing that this business doesn't earn enough income, now she's started a business selling encebollados [fish stew with onions] and ceviche. Her idea for this business grew from the need to earn income so that she can help meet the household expenses, as due to the Covid-19 pandemic, her income decreased drastically due to concerns about health. It's for this reason that she's now requesting a new loan to be able to reactivate her business.

She'll invest this loan in supplying her baby supplies shop and in groceries for making food.

Her dream is to have her own sales location and for her business to continue growing.