Señora Estela is a native of the Colonia San Carlos neighborhood about 15 kilometers from San Jose. She works, including at the Alasitas Festival, selling sucumbe, the traditional beverage of the area. She lives with Señor Jorge who is a bricklayer. They have one young son.
With the money from this loan Estela will buy a refrigerator to conserve her products and the supplies she uses to make the sucumbes. She is a responsible person and is grateful to the institution for the economic assistance it has provided to help her have a better quality of life and to continue working to improve her situation.
La señora Estela, oriunda de la Colonia San Carlos a unos 15 kilómetros de la localidad de San José, su actividad es la venta de sucumbe bebida tradicional de la localidad, ella vende en la feria de alasitas, convive con el sr. Jorge el cual es albañil tienen 1 hijo pequeño, con el dinero del crédito la Sra. estela comprara un refrigerador para poder conservar sus productos e insumos para la elaboración de sus sucumbes, es una persona responsable, la señora esta agradecida con la institución por el apoyo económico que le brinda para tener una mejor calidad de vida y seguir adelante superándose.
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