My name is Blanca Amador, I am 50 years old. I have 5 children, 3 of whom still depend on me.  I live in the community of San Benito.

I was able to resume my business of making nacatamales, a traditional Nicaraguan tamale made from corn dough and stuffed with pork then wrapped in plantain leaves and steamed, to generate an income.  The family’s income has increased by 20% per month. With the profits, she is able to pay utilities and food. Her plan for 2022 is to continue increasing the sale of nacatamales to support her kids. 

I thank God for the opportunity that the brothers from Canada can give me to expand my business a little more, wishing you much success and blessings for supporting enterprising women like me.

Thank you very much God bless you

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