Total loan: $775

Jeniffer Gardenia

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Portoviejo, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Food

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A loan helped to buy bananas, sweets, etc.

Jeniffer Gardenia's story

Jeniffer Gardenia is separated and she and her child are living with her parents in Santa Ana, a pretty valley strong in agriculture, with corn and rice crops, livestock, and varied cuisine including typical plates such as peanut "viches" [soup], "tongas" [stuffed banana leaves], etc.

Jeniffer Gardenia closed her café due to the pandemic, and now she is making and selling chocolate-covered bananas with various toppings such as sprinkles, peanuts, Oreo cookies, etc. She sells via the internet and in her house. Her sales have decreased because people are afraid of contagion.

This loan is to buy bananas, sweets, etc. Her dream is to have her own house to be able to start her café again, and that her child will have good health.