Dúo Cristo Vive Group
María Consuelo, 42, lives in San Juan Sacatepequez. She’s a widow and her business is a grocery store selling daily use items (soap, noodles and snacks). She started it 8 years ago with help from her husband. In time the business has grown and now she needs a loan to stock it. She has two children attending school and her wish is that they improve and that the business continues to grow. She’s requesting this loan to buy basic staple foodstuffs.
El dúo está conformado por la señora Maria Consuelo de 42 años de edad vive en san Juan Sacatepequez ella es viuda su negocio es una tienda de consumo diario (Jabón, pastas y golosinas ) desde hace 8 años que inicio con la ayuda de su esposo con el tiempo fue creciendo en su negocio y ahora necesita un crédito para surtir su negocio tiene dos hijos que aun estudian su deseo es que sus hijos se superen y su negocio siga creciendo. está solicitando este crédito para la compra de productos comestibles de primera necesidad.
About FAPEFAPE, the Foundation for the Assistance of Small Businesses, is a nonprofit, socially-minded institution that provides loans to micro-entrepreneurs across Guatemala.
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