Dolores is 43 years old. She studied through the 6th grade in school. She’s a single mother, and two of her four children live with her.

Dolores has worked cutting and cleaning loroco (an edible flower) for 6 years. She decided to do this work because of the necessity of getting ahead with her children. Additionally, she works raising pigs.

The loan funds will be invested in buying pigs to fatten and sell, and concentrated food for them.

She dreams of having a field of cattle someday, and also dreams that her children will study and that she will improve her house.

A loan of $300 helps to buy pigs to fatten and sell, and concentrated feed for them.

This loan is special because:

It supports single mothers and other vulnerable women.