A loan helped to buy more: apples, pears, grapes, plantains, avocados, oranges, mandarins, peaches, and mangos.


Rosalba Margoth's story

A young woman is Rosalba who is characterized as being: kind, sociable, charismatic, and hardworking. She lives with her children.

5 years ago she started her business of selling fruits. At the beginning she did it selling and offering her products on the streets of the city. Previously she established herself in a market in the area and currently, due to the pandemic, she has set up her fruits and vegetables stall in a room in her house, which allows her to take frequent clients who acquire her products.

Rosalba wishes to continue providing her clients with a large variety of products. For this reason she is asking for a help to increase her working capital, and to buy more: apples, pears, grapes, plantains, avocados, oranges, mandarins, peaches, and mangos. This way she will be able to offer a large variety of fruits and vegetables to her clients, hoping this way to obtain more profitability with which to support her family.

Translated from Spanish.


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It aims to reach vulnerable refugee populations in an isolated region.



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