A loan of $200 helped to buy basic ingredients, sweets and sodas.

Amparro's story

Amparro sells various types of food from a stand just outside the Town Hall of Nindiri, which is about 20 minutes from CEPRODEL’s office in Masaya. She has been selling food for seven years, though her business used to be much smaller. She is requesting the loan to buy ingredients such as flour and sugar as well as other items to sell like sodas and candies.

With her loan, Amparro hopes to improve her business. She would like it to grow little by little. Before she opened her food stand, Amparro sold bread “ambulante,” which means while walking around the streets. Amparro, 48, is single with three children. All three are still in school. She has been working with CEPRODEL for two years. This is her fourth loan with CEPRODEL.

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