Total loan: $875

María Dolores

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Santa Ana, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Retail

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A loan helped to buy creams, perfumes, and food for her chickens and pigs.

María Dolores's story

The San Pedro de Pueblo loan group meets every two weeks in the parish of Pueblo Nuevo in the Canton of Santa Ana, a place with honest people who are dedicated to the jobs in the countryside and to ranching. It is full of beautiful country landscapes and kind people.

Maria, 61, lives here. She is married and has four adult children who are independent. Her husband is a farmer.

Maria is a good wife who likes to earn her own money to work with her husband to pay for household expenses. She makes a living selling products from Belcorp (perfumes, creams, jewelry, and other items). She sells door to door on credit, which is paid off every week. She also raises chickens and pigs. She raises these animals and then delivers them to vendors who take them to other cities to sell. This helps her earn money for her family's good. She has over eight years of experience selling products from catalogues and it's going well.

This loan is to buy creams, perfumes, and food for her chickens and pigs. She has had six loan cycles with the loan group and she likes it because the loans are quick, without a lot of requirements. Her dream is to be in good health.