A loan of $275 helped to buy a display case, sandals, blouses, and other merchandise to sell.

Norma Teresa's story

Norma used to travel the streets, selling large packages of toilet paper to passers-by and people who live in the area. A year ago, she decided to change businesses by selling merchandise from her house rather than as a street vendor. Norma now sells clothing, shoes, creams, accessories, and personal care items.

Norma has applied for a loan of $10,600 pesos to buy a display case to better show her smallest items, some sandals, blouses, and other merchandise for sale. Her plan is to grow her business into a large general merchandise store that is more comfortable for her customers.

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