A loan of $1,000 helped to buy more feed for animals, various antibiotics for animals, insecticides, and ammonium phosphate for her veterinary store.


Sorayda's story

Sorayda is 50 years old and married with three children who live separately from her. She is the owner of a store in which she sells a wide variety of different necessities for raising animals and farming. Her merchandise includes food for rats, chickens, cows, and cats, various antibiotics for animals, different sizes of cages, insecticides, and ammonium phosphate. Her business is fairly new as she has only had it for two years. Before that she owned a small grocery store. Sorayda is asking for a 1,000 dollar loan in order to add to the merchandise she sells in her store. She is very proud of her store and desires to continue to improve it. She is committed to making all of the necessary loan payments on time.



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