A loan of $1,450 helped to buy the material needed to remodel her taco cart.

Beatriz's story

Mrs. Beatriz is originally from the town called “Santa Catarina Mechoacan” where most of the women work making potato chips.
Beatriz makes and sells simple tacos made from dried meat, chicken, barbequed meat, and tripe.
Mrs. Beti, as we know her, has been selling tacos for the past five years. What she likes most about her business is when she has a lot of sales as then she sells all her tacos in two hours. On the other hand, the bad thing about serving so many customers so quickly is that she sometimes gets burns.
Mrs. Beti says that one of the best experiences that she has had, in relation to her business, is to give her customers loans. Beti understands her customers well. Sometimes she needs loans herself. Her customers help her to resolve her problems.
Beti says that some of the characteristics needed to do her type of work are to be friendly, clean and to have good seasonings.
She is asking for this loan in order to remodel her taco cart. With the extra money she would like to buy tiles for the roof of her house.
She is thankful to the Vision Fund for the help that they have given her to continue with her business and improve it.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Esther Levandoski

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