Ana a migrant woman and a struggling mother. She migrated from Venezuela to Ecuador. In 2020, her husband contracted covid virus while she was pregnant and did not have a permanent job. Pan de vida immediately acted in this situation and provided him with food and spiritual food. Anne’s family thanked her for the delicious breads they had prepared with their own hands. With this our ministry could know the gift of this family, yet they could only afford to buy a few pounds of flour to make bread and sell.
Income was inconsistent due to the amount of bread that must be sold to create a profit. In that the micro-business program of Pan de Vida was a light of hope for this family, Ana carried out the whole process and was accepted into the program. From that his undertaking began to grow, in these two years we have seen how God has worked in this family and together with his fighting spirit Ana sought new opportunities to make his business bigger. He developed projects and improved his processes and with this he won a competition in another organization where he obtained an oven and his production grew.
Her dream now is to see her children continue to grow, she wants the best for them and their lives so they are studying, as far as her entrepreneurship she wants to put on a local to sell their breads. At the moment it is conducting a training of ENACTUS (Oklahoma Baptist University) & Pan de vida, where it is improving its financial processes implementing Cash Flow and inventory tracking.
Currently her relationship with God has grown, now she attends a church with her family every week. Ana is a figure to follow for her dedication and effort to achieve fulfill her dreams and those of her children.