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Total loan: $875
El Jicaro, Tierra Blanca, Veracruz, Ver., Mexico / Services
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A loan helped to produce purified water and sell the water bottled.
Georgina B. is 41 years old. She studied up to the sixth semester of high school. She is married and has two children: one daughter called Bris who is 18 years old and one son called Vladimir who is 21. They are both university students. Georgina lives in a community called El Jicaro which is located on the Tierra Blanca-Joachin highway. This area is noted for being an area where people raise livestock. Georgina tells us that she lived in the State of Mexico for many years but her husband had always wanted to set up a water purifier and when they gathered together enough money to start their own business, they returned to their community to work on their project. Their purifier is called "Electrover". She tells us that at first it was difficult to attract customers and to get their product accepted but, over time, their efforts paid off and now they have a solid business with a great future. However, she needs to gradually invest in her business. Georgina says that she and her husband have been in the water purification business for 7 years and, thanks to God, their sales are good. She needs this loan to invest in buying large water bottles and having their purifier serviced. Georgina and her husband are hoping that this investment will enable them to provide a better service to their customers and a better quality of life to their children. Georgina also sends thanks to Fundación Realidad for the support that they have provided through this loan.