Consuelo is from Mexico. She has 1 child. She needs a loan of $400 to buy sugar, milk, eggs, coffee, matches, cooking oil, toilet paper, napkins, soda, flour, tuna, and canned food.
For the last year Consuelo has operated her small business in the Crescencio Morales region in Mexico. She sells groceries to customers in her community.
Consuelo has asked for a loan from World Vision to buy sugar, milk, eggs, coffee, matches, cooking oil, toilet paper, napkins, soda, flour, tuna, and canned food.
Consuelo is 46 years old, and she is the mother of 1 child, who is currently studying in school. Consuelo lives in an indigenous community where the people continue to speak the Mazahua language. Her region is rich in oyemel trees, whose needles the people weave into handcrafts, and avocado orchards. Consuelo grows avocados and owns a general store in her house. She opened this store because her community lacked a general store, so her neighbors had to walk long distances or waste money on transportation to buy food supplies. Consuelo usually buys her merchandise in the capital city of the state.
Consuelo is thankful to World Vision for the opportunity to expand her store.