A loan of $1,025 helped to buy powdered milk, sugar, beans, cooking oil, corn, rice.

Maria Concepcion's story

María, 54, lives in San Francisco Gotera, Morazán department. She lives alone and has a general store where she sells basic needs items.

Niña Concepción has always been in business. She has a store and a small snack bar. She is open for business every day from 6am until 8pm. It’s a business that provides income to cover her personal expenses. She has managed it successfully for 8 years. She is a person who has managed her loans very well and is now asking for funds to invest in new stock items for her store like: powdered milk, sugar, beans, cooking oil, corn and rice which are the items most in demand by her customers. This would make it possible to offer new items thereby increasing her customer base and consequently increasing income as well.

The goals are to repay financial obligations punctually and to continue working to improve the business.

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