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Total loan: $500

Glenda Yamileth

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Osicala, Morazán Department, El Salvador / Food

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A loan helped to strengthen her business. She specifically needs to buy a new electric cooker, drinks and basic ingredients to make her products.


Glenda Yamileth's story

Glenda is 37 years old. She finished secondary school. She lives with her life partner and has two children aged 16 and 12 who are currently at school. 10 people live in her house. Most of these people are her nephews and sisters but the only people that are financially dependent on her are her husband and two children.

Glenda sells snacks such as fried yucca and atole (a corn based drink). She has been doing this for five years. She decided to set up this business because she has always wanted to cook and because her neighbours used to buy the snacks that she made for her family and this is when she thought it would be a good business. She started selling food door to door and it was going very well. This was when she decided to set up her own little diner in her home which allowed her to have an income and thus support her family.

Glenda needs the loan to strengthen her business. She specifically needs to buy a new electric cooker, drinks and basic ingredients to make her products. Thanks to this loan she will be able to offer her clients better products and her job will become easier.

Glenda wants to have a stable job, and always keep her small business. Her dream is to some day own a small restaurant and to be able to support her children so that they can study a degree at university.