A loan helped to buy mangoes, yams, and watermelons to sell, as well as maize and plantains to make food to sell.


Reyna Isabel's story

Reyna went to school until the second form. A single mother, she has four children, two living with her and one studying.

Reyna has been selling fruit and traditional food for thirty years. Thanks to her business, she was able to raise her children despite all the hardship she faced. She learned her trade on her own and it was the only way to support her family. She sells her wares on the main street and works seven hours a day.

Reyna, a single mother, needs the loan to buy mangoes, yams, and watermelons to sell, as well as maize and plantains to make food to sell.

She dreams of having a house of her own and of supporting her daughter through university.

Translated from Spanish.


This loan is special because:

It supports single mothers and other vulnerable women.



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