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Las Gardenias De Tapotzingo Group
In this Group: Elizabeth, María Ninfa , Maria De Lourdes, Hermelinda , Romelia , Ana, Maria, Filogonia
GROUP NAME: LAS GARDENIAS D. TAPOTZINGO
LOCATION: POBLADO TAPOTZINGO, NACAJUCA, TABASCO
NUMBER OF MEMBERS: 8
TOTAL GROUP LOAN: $34,000.00

MARIA L. C.

María makes her living creating handicrafts (bags, fans, car seat covers, brooms, hats, rugs and worked pots). They are products that she learned to make as a child along with raising barnyard animals (pigs, chickens, turkeys). They use the majority of these animals for their own consumption and sometimes they are sold. María has 2 dependent children; she is a single mother. She decided to take on her activities to give her children a chance to get ahead. Her oldest daughter helps her with school expenses. Her business is in her home; she is requesting the loan to be able to invest in the purchase of small pigs and the food needed to raise them so she can later sell them live or by kilogram.

She hopes to one day have a pig farm to generate income and then be able to construct a well-built house, since the one she has now is maD. of tin.

ELIZABETH L. D. L. C.

For approximately 8 months, she has maD. her living from catalog sales (ladies' undergarments). Her main customers are her neighbors. For now she drives to Villahermosa to pick up her pre-sold merchandise. Her suppliers are Vicky Form and Ilusión. Her business allows her to financially support herself and to help her mother. She is requesting the financing in order to invest in ladies' undergarments, pants and blouses.
She dreams of having a home-based clothing store, being that her main customers are the residents in the community where she lives.

MARIA NINFA D. L. C. R.

Her family consists of 6 members. Two of her children already work, her husband is a mason, and she is a craftswoman. She has maD. her living making bedrolls since she was 9 years old. Her main customers are the people of Villahermosa. She works on pre-sales, but through a middleman, to whom she has to sell her products at a reduced rate.

She hopes to have her business established one day and for her customers to contact her directly. She also hopes to have someone to help her process her orders in a timely fashion, since making this handicraft requires one day per bedroll.
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NOMBRE DEL GRUPO: LAS GARDENIAS D. TAPOTZINGO
UBICACIÓN: POBLADO TAPOTZINGO, NACAJUCA, TABASCO
NUMERO D. INTEGRANTES: 8
MONTO D. CREDITO GRUPAL: $34,000.00

MARIA L. C.

L. señora María se dedica a realizar productos artesanales (bolsas, abanicos, cubre asientos D. carros, escobas, sombreros, tapetes y jícaras labradas) productos que aprendió a elaborar desD. su niñez, así como a L. crianza D. animales D. corral (cerdos, pollos, pavos) estos en su mayoría los utiliza para su consumo y en ocasiones para venta. María tiene 2 hijos que dependen económicamente D. elL., es madre soltera, decidió emprender su actividad para sacar adelante a sus hijos, su hija mayor le ayuda con el gasto D. L. escueL.. Su negocio lo tiene en su domicilio, el crédito que solicita es para invertir en L. compra D. cerdos pequeños y alimentación para criarlos y posteriormente venderlos en pie o por kilogramo.

ElL. sueña con tener una granja D. cerdos para generar ingresos y así poder construir su casa D. material, ya que L. que tiene actualmente es una casa D. lámina.

ELIZABETH L. D. L. C.

ElL. se dedica a vender productos por catalogo (ropa interior para dama) desD. hace aproximadamente 8 meses, sus principales clientes son sus vecinos, actualmente maneja sus ventas sobre pedidos mismos que realiza en Villahermosa, sus proveedores son Vicky Form e Ilusión, su negocio le sirve para ayudarse económicamente y apoyar a su mamá. Solicita el financiamiento para invertir en ropa interior, pantalones y blusas para dama.
ElL. sueña con tener un local D. tienda D. ropa en su domicilio, siendo sus principales clientes los habitantes D. L. comunidad donD. vive.

MARIA NINFA D. L. C. R.

Su familia consta D. 6 integrantes, dos D. sus hijos ya trabajan, su esposo es albañil y elL. artesana. Se dedica a L. elaboración D. petates desD. que tenía 9 años, sus principales clientes son las personas D. Villahermosa, elL. trabaja sobre pedido pero através D. un intermediario por lo que tiene que dar barato su producto.

ElL. sueña con tener su negocio establecido y que sus clientes L. contacten directamente así como tener a alguien que le ayuD. para poder realizar los pedidos oportunamente ya que para fabricar este producto artesanal se requiere D. un día por petate.

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This is a Group Loan

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 39
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  • $19,122,575
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.7
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Las Gardenias De Tapotzingo Group's $2,675 loan helped a member basic materials for handicrafts and catalog sales.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Nov 30, 2009
Listed
Dec 16, 2009
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Apr 15, 2010