A loan helped to buy meat, potatoes, eggs, cheese and chicken.

Ana Isabel's story

Ana Isabel is a 42-year-old micro-entrepreneur living in the city of Cartagena. She lives with her family, and for 3 years she has been preparing and selling fried foods. She started in the business with her mother from a very young age and while going to high school.
She has taken food handling courses which have allowed her to prepare her products with quality. This is her only source of income and it is what allows her to contribute to the sustenance of her household. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic that occurred worldwide, her work activity deteriorated due to biosafety issues which caused her income to decrease drastically. For this reason she requests her first loan with the Fundacion Santo Domingo to buy meat, potatoes, eggs, cheese and chicken.
Please support her with this loan for her business.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Maria Martinez-Piszko.

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