A loan helped to buy staple grains, drinks, oil, toilet paper, and other basic needs products to attend to the needs of her customers.


Mirian Del Carmen's story

Mirian is a single mother. She has three children, one who is 27 years old and twins who are 26 years old. She is a very determined woman who works managing a general store. It is a business she started on her own initiative in order to have a source of income to raise her children. This is a profession she learned thanks to her family. She has more than 15 years of experience. Her work schedule is from six in the morning to seven at night.

With the loan she will be able to buy staple grains, drinks, oil, toilet paper, and other basic needs products to attend to the needs of her customers. She hopes to have better merchandise to increase sales, with which she hopes to have better profits to have economic resources to support her family.

Her dream is to grow her business until it is a self-sustaining business.

Translated from Spanish.


This loan is special because:

It empowers women in El Salvador.


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