Artemia is from Mexico. She needs a loan of $475 to buy eggs, oil, milk, soft drinks, beans, rice, sugar, soup, soap, and toilet paper.
Artemia runs a convenience store to help her husband pay for the family's expenses. She will improve her business by using a loan from World Vision to invest in goods like eggs, oil, milk, soft drinks, beans, rice, sugar, soup, soap, and toilet paper to sell in her store.
She will continue to invest in quality merchandise so that she can meet her customers' needs. She also wants to redesign her shop so that it is larger and offers a broader range of products.
Artemia is very excited because she believes that the loan will help her expand her business, which will enable her to improve her family's quality of life. Artemia's younger daughter, Alondra, is attending nursing school, and Artemia will use her additional income to pay for Alondra's education.