Total loan: $850
Managua, MN, Nicaragua / Retail
Maura's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped to invest in staple grains, clothing and cosmetics.
Maura has succeeded in continuing to make sales at her convenience store. She has bought more products which have allowed to support her children better and the basic household expenses. Her husband is working as always in public service, and her youngest son is in universidad. Her son also helps her in the convenience store. Maura has been receiving these positive outcomes with the Afodenic loans. Afodenic has provided her with several loans which are used to buy edible products to sell. Thanks to this she has grown to increase demand. With this new loan she will buy staple grains, rice, beans sugar, oil, dairy products, red meat, pork, poultry, school supplies, cosmetics and underwear which she hopes to promote in order to continue increasing her inventory.