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Fortunata Maria de Aliaga

Fortunata Maria de Aliaga has sold flowers from a street corner. She learned about Banco Sol, a bank affiliated with ACCION International and with three other women, she qualified for a loan that allowed her to buy flowers in bulk. Read Fortunata's entire success story >>
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