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Total loan: $525

Dora Sthella

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Portoviejo, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Retail

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A loan helped to buy orders of Brazilian sandals, pants, T-shirts, undergarments, etc.


Dora Sthella's story

Dora Sthella and her family live in Higuerón de Picoazá, a few kilometers away from the city of Portoviejo. It is a city of people dedicated largely to farming and raising poultry.

Dora Sthella makes a living selling a variety of products, such as clothing for women, men, and children and Brazilian sandals. She sells the products in various sectors of the city. She works three to four hours per day making rounds. She offers the products on credit to her clients and collects weekly.

During this global crisis, she has experienced financial difficulties. Her clients cannot pay her because they have lost work and others have passed away. Things went very badly for her at the beginning of the public health crisis because she could not make sales, but now, little by little, she is restarting her business to be able to continue generating an income.

This loan is to buy orders of Brazilian sandals, pants, T-shirts, undergarments, etc. Her dream is for her business location to be larger and for her family to have very good health.