Total loan: $1,825

La Perlita Group

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La Dalia, Matagalpa Department, Nicaragua / Food

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A loan helped to purchase corn, beans, and cacao.

La Perlita Group's story

Maribel is 46 years old, and she has six children. She has been working as a merchant selling basic grains (corn, beans, and cacao) for five years. She started working with her own effort. She launched her business by saving with her life partner. That is how the business activity she now has started.

The previous loan was very useful to her because she was able to increase her inventory and get better earnings. She managed to undertake another small business of selling used clothes. She is focused on growing her business financially as much as expanding it.

She is requesting a new loan from Fundenuse to buy corn, beans, and coffee. Her goal for the future is to set up a grocery store.

She belongs to the La Perlita Group together with Emileyda (makes tortillas), Norvin (butchers pigs), José (sells basic grains), Luz (sells food), and Massiel (sells food). They have received good benefits, which have allowed them to strengthen each business because they are getting better earnings. The result of this is financial stability in her daily life.