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Total loan: $700

Sonia Esperanza

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A loan helped her to buy corn, rice, flour, vegetables and other raw materials to prepare the food she offers at her diner and also to sell her pupusas (stuffed tortillas).


Sonia Esperanza's story

Sonia lives with her partner and her two children, who are minors and financially dependent. She has no relatives living abroad. Sonia owns a diner and a sale of pupusas (stuffed tortillas). In her business she has an employee who helps at the business. They work from 6:00 am. to 3:00 pm. Her greatest advantage is that there is no competition in the area where they live. Her disadvantage is that she has little inventory. Sonia explains that she learned this job when she was very young, and she has had her own business for a year.
She is requesting a loan to buy corn, rice, flour, vegetables and other raw materials to prepare the food she offers at her diner as well as for her pupusas sale. She hopes that this loan will help her improve her business, because she will have more products in her inventory to expand the variety in her menu of meals. Her investment is not risky, because her employee would take care of her business in case Sonia would get sick.
Her dream is to open a store offering basic staples in order to improve her financial income. This way, she and her family will have better life conditions.