Total loan: $1,200

Betty Loida

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Manta, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Food

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A loan helped to purchase fish, dressings, plantain chips, disposable items, and more.

Betty Loida's story

Betty is 63 years old, married, has 3 adult children, and her spouse is a fish merchant. They live in Manta, one of the most important cities as to business and tourism on the Ecuadorian coast.

Betty is a woman who strives daily to get her income honestly. It is for this that, some years ago, she decided to undertake her business selling encebollados and ceviches. With the help of her granddaughters and daughters-in-law, she works selling at her home every weekend. The business idea was born of the need to generate income which would help her to pay the household expenses.

It is for this that she is asking for another loan to be able to reactivate her business. She will invest this loan in the purchase of fish, dressings, plantain chips, disposable items, and more. Her dream is that her business continues to grow.