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Total loan: $1,225

Jeniffer Lisseth

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San Jacinto, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Arts

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A loan helped to purchase various colors of wool, nail polish, files, thinners, nail polish removers, appliques, etc.


Jeniffer Lisseth's story

Jenniffer Lisseth and her family live in San Jacinto, which is a village of fishermen. Its economy is based on fishing, salt extraction, tourism, commerce, and crafts such as fishing nets, and items made from various shells at a small scale.

At her house, Jennifer Lisseth works making crocheted products such as blouses, skirts, bathing suits, baby outfits, and baby blankets. She sells these to friends, relatives, on WhatsApp, and online, and does manicures and pedicures in homes. Previously, she sold clothing and shoes.

At first, the social distancing left her without work due to the fear of the virus and various restrictions which prevented going out to sell. But, currently she is working, following the biosafety protocols.

This loan is to purchase various colors of wool, nail polish, files, thinners, nail polish removers, appliques, etc. Her dream is to have her own retail space to continue with her sales and for her family to be very healthy.