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Total loan: $700

Maria De Los Angeles

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, , El Salvador / Food

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A loan helped to buy flour, cooking oil, dry and unripe corn, pork rinds, soft cheese, and other primary materials for making pupusas and tamales to sell.


Maria De Los Angeles's story

Maria is asking for another loan because she needs working capital to reinvest in her business and also because the last investment resulted in better earnings and the quotas she had to pay were accessible for her economic situation.

She will use the borrowed funds to buy flour, cooking oil, dry and unripe corn, pork rinds, soft cheese, and other primary materials for making pupusas (stuffed flatbreads) and tamales to sell.

With the previous loan, she was able to propel her business of selling meals. The result was satisfactory for Maria, because her sales and economic income improved little by little. She has used the earnings her business generated to pay for family and financial obligations.

Maria's family group has not changed, but the lifestyle they share is more dignified. Her economic conditions are stable.