A loan helped to buy clothing to continue selling, and to buy a stove, tables and chairs for the sale of pupusas.


María Leonor's story

María, 46, studied up to the sixth grade at school. Unfortunately, her spouse died and she is the single mother of four children. She has been selling clothing for the last three years, which is work that she learned faced with the need to get her children ahead as a single mother.

She began her business with $100 and has been investing little by little. In addition, she began selling pupusas months ago. She had previously worked in agriculture.

She will use the loan to buy clothing to continue selling, and will also buy a stove, tables and chairs for the sale of pupusas. María's dream is to have a well-established place for her business.

Translated from Spanish.


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It supports single mothers and other vulnerable women.



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