A loan of $600 helped to buy corn and flour.

Rosibel's story

Rosibel is 48 years old and lives in her own home with her family, which consists of her life companion and their five children. Two of her children are studying. Family is the most important thing to Rosibel, so she works hard to feed her family each day and provide for their essential needs. Rosibel sells delicious tortillas. She has been in this business for many years and has gained plenty of experience. She has a few customers who are very loyal to the products that she offers. Her dream is to see her children become professionals so that they will have better conditions than she had. This is why she invests all of her effort into maintaining the life of her business, which has provided her the means to survive for many years.

It is worth mentioning that in terms of the competition, Rosibel does not face this problem because there are not many businesses like hers that are in the area. Her dream is to expand her business. In other words, she wants to have the capacity to keep up with the growing demand and be able to generate more income. Therefore, Rosibel decided to request a loan from Apoyo Integral so that she can invest in supplies (corn and flour) in bulk and continue to produce her delicious tortillas.

Rosibel hopes to achieve her goal of meeting the growing demand so that she can have more revenue and improve her quality of life and that of her family.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

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