A loan of $500 helped to buy a food cart so that she can set up a fixed selling stall on the sidewalk where she will sell fried yucca, toasted plantains, tacos, and other snacks.


Verónica Lizzette's story

Verónica is thirty-nine years old, is married, and has one 20-year-old son. She lives in a house that she rents together with her husband. She sells snacks and lunches door-to-door, and also prepares food for the students of the primary school in her community. On Sundays, she dedicates herself to selling used clothing. She has about six years of experience being a cook; the students trust her with their health, since they known her to be a good woman.

The loan that she is requesting from Fundación Campo is to buy a food cart so that she can set up a fixed selling stall on the sidewalk where she will sell fried yucca, toasted plantains, tacos, and other snacks. She will take advantage of this offer in buying her food cart, and she will sell a lot more because of the good location that she will have.

Her dream has always been related to having a formal food stall.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Christina Mellace



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