A loan of $725 helped to buy corn, rice, cheese, pork rinds, beans, propane gas, etc.

María Edith's story

María Edith, age 52, lives in her own house with her family, which consists of her husband, son, and grandson. María describes herself as a hardworking, responsible and dedicated woman. Her business is making and selling delicious pupusas (stuffed tortillas). She has been involved in this business for many years, which is why she already has a lot of established customers. Her business is located in a strategic location which is very accessible and busy.

María’s dream is to see her business flourish. That’s why she maD. the decision to apply for this loan from INTEGRAL. She will invest the loan in her business by purchasing basic materials (corn, rice, cheese, pork rinds, beans, propane gas, etc.) that will allow her to meet a greater demand so that her sales increase and, along with this, the level of her income. In this way she hopes, God willing, that the quality of life of her and her family improves.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Rick & Pat Brown

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