Total loan: $1,100
Cuenca, Azuay, Ecuador / Clothing
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A loan helped buy t-shirts, blouses, pants, children's clothes, etc.
Diana Maribel's story
Diana Álvarez is a member of the communal bank El Crédito. She lives in the Crea section of the city of Cuenca. This city has a cold climate and has various tourist sites to visit. Its gastronomy attracts the palates of locals and foreigners. Its people maintain the culture and traditions. Diana is 33-years-old. She's married and has 3 children of 12, 11, and 7-years-old. Her three children study in a small school in the city. Her husband is currently out of the country. They don't have their own home and are renting. Diana sells all types of clothes for a living. She's been doing this for 3 years. She sells her merchandise from her house 7 days a week and without a fixed schedule. The majority of her customers are friends and acquaintances. She's been with the communal bank for 6 years. She will invest her loan in the purchase of merchandise such as: t-shirts, blouses, pants, children's clothes, etc. in order to expand her business. Her goal is to have her own home.