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Anonymous Group
In this Group: Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous*, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous
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The name of this economic development unit is San Luis because that’s the name of the community. Economic Development Units are groups of 10 people that have a bank account and that meet weekly or bi-weekly to make their payments. The unit has a representative and a governing board. This group is in the San Luis community in the state of VeraC.. It has 11 members. The group representative is Juana R. A., 38, who is married and has three children, 1 girl and 2 boys; she finished third grade. She sells snacks and needs funding to buy the ingredients she needs like: meat, masa (dough for tortillas), vegetables, and kitchen utensils. Her customers say that she cooks delicious, well-seasoned dishes. Even though she opens only on week-ends, her establishment is very clean. Juana wants this loan so that her business will grow, to earn profits to reinvest in her snack sales, and to earn higher profits so that she and her children can have a better standard of living. Emilia O. González, 46, is on the governing board of this group. She finished 6th grade and has 3 children, one girl and 2 boys. She sells groceries and needs funding to stock her store. She will buy rice, cooking oil, beans, soups, sweet beverages and cookies. Her customers say that she is very kind and responsible and she opens for business very early. In the future, she would like to enlarge her store because it is a bit small. Emilia wants this loan to enlarge her business, to earn better profits to reinvest to have a better-stocked store and, in the future, to enlarge her store. The other nine members are: Hilda P. O., Elia R. Vázquez, Esperanza C. M., Susana B. R., Lucila S. R., Verónica M., Karla Patricia R. O., Edith Araceli E. U. and Grisel O. González, who need funding for their various business enterprises, such as: sale of jewelry, snacks, groceries, clothing, and chicken.
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Este unidad de desarrollo (UDE) se llama San Luis porque a si se llama la comunidad. Las UDES son grupos de más de 10 personas que tiene una cuenta de banco y tienen que reunirse semanalmente o quincenalmente para realizar sus pagos. Tiene un representante y un comité que lo gobierna. Este grupo está ubicado en la comunidad de San Luis estado de VeraC. El grupo está conformado por once integrantes.

El representante del grupo se llama Juana R. A. es casada, tiene 38 años, estudió hasta el 3° año y tiene en total tres hijos 1 mujeres y 2 varones. Ella se dedica a venta de antojitos y necesita el préstamo para comprar lo que le haga falta como carne, masa, verduras, utensilios de cocina. Sus clientes dicen que guisa muy rico y que tiene buen sazón. Aunque solo sea los fines de semana es muy aseada en su negocio. Doña Juana desea este préstamo para aumentar su negocio, para sacarse una ganancia para invertirla a su venta de antojitos y poder así sacar mas ganancias y poder tener mejor vida para ella y sus hijos.

Emilia O. González es parte del comité de este grupo, San Luis.Ella tiene 46 años, estudió hasta el 6°primaria y tiene un total de 3 hijos 1 mujer y 2 varones. Ella se dedica a venta de abarrotes y necesita el préstamo para surtir su negocio, comprara arroz, aceite, frijol, sopas, refrescos dulces y galletas. Sus clientes dicen que es muy amable, responsable y habré muy temprano su tienda. En un futuro desea agrandarlo mas ya que esta algo pequeño. Doña Emilia desea este préstamo para aumentar su negocio, para sacarse una ganancia para seguir invirtiendo y tener bien surtido y en un futuro agrandar su tienda.

Los otros nueve integrantes se llaman Hilda P. O., Elia R. Vázquez, Esperanza C. M., Susana B. R., Lucila S. R., Verónica M., Karla Patricia R. O., Edith Araceli E. U. y Grisel O. González y quieren el préstamo para venta de joyería, antojitos, abarrotes, venta de ropa y venta de pollo.

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This is a Group Loan

In a group loan, each member of the group receives an individual loan but is part of a larger group of individuals. The group is there to provide support to the members and to provide a system of peer pressure, but groups may or may not be formally bound by a group guarantee. In cases where there is a group guarantee, members of the group are responsible for paying back the loans of their fellow group members in the case of delinquency or default.

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 29
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $19,068,050
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.7
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Anonymous Group's $2,525 loan helped a member to buy cooking oil, beans, rice, etc.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Jan 13, 2010
Listed
Jan 15, 2010
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jun 15, 2010