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Sartañani Group
In this Group: Gloria Delfina, Ana Patricia, Judith Veronica, Modesta, Clementina, Maribel, Albertina, Eddy, Wilson Orlando, Rosmeri
The “Sartañani” group is represented by Mrs. Gloria Delfina and is maD. up of 10 members, of which 8 are women and 2 are men. Mrs. Gloria Delfina is the mother of a family. Her husband went abroad to work and from time to time sends supplies for their children. She is the mother of two school-aged children and thus she has to work all day in the stand selling slippers, sandals, and rubber shoes to get some income for their books and school supplies. The money that her husband sends is only enough to pay the rent of their house and for small savings to be used to buy a piece of land. This will give them a more comfortable living situation and a better future for their children. The loan is for the purchase of merchandise from wholesale distributors.

The rest of the members work in selling handicrafts, tailoring, cleaning supplies and selling food. There is a lot of competition in the market but they are valued for the speed they have to change and proviD. merchandise appropriate to the season and the demands of the market. The loan is mostly for increasing their working capital and to acquire merchandise, ingredients and materials to enlarge their stands and improve their earnings as they did in their first loan cycle. Then they always demonstrated punctuality, responsibility and the desire to get ahead and continue growing.
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El grupo “Sartañani” esta representado por la señora Gloria Delfina y conformada por 10 D. los cuales 8 son mujeres y dos varones. La señora Gloria Delfina es madre D. familia su esposo se fue a trabajar al extranjero y D. ves en cuando manda algunas provisiones para sus hijos, ella es madre D. dos niños en edad escolar por lo que la señora Gloria tiene que trabajar todo el día en su puesto D. venta D. pantuflas, sandalias y zapatos D. goma para poder obtener un ingreso para los libros y el material escolar D. sus hijos ya que el dinero que envía su esposo solo le alcanza para el pago D. alquiler D. la casa donD. viven y para un pequeño ahorro que esta destinado a la compra D. un terreno para brindarles mayor comodidad y un futuro mejor a sus hijos, el crédito esta destinado a la adquisición D. mercadería al por mayor D. las distribuidoras. El resto D. las socias se dedica a la comercialización D. artesanías, costura, productos D. limpieza y venta D. comida. En el mercado existe bastante competencia sin embargo ellas se valen D. la rapidez que tienen para cambiar y surtir sus mercaderías y siempre están D. acorD. a la época y a las exigencias D. su mercado. El destino del crédito es principalmente el incremento D. su capital D. trabajo y la adquisición D. mercadería, insumos y materiales para agrandar sus puestos y mejorar suus ingresos como lo hicieron en el primer ciclo que cursaron juntas demostrando siempre puntualidad, responsabilidad y muchas ganas D. salir adelante para mejorar y seguir creciendo.

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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.

Kiva's Field Partners typically feature one borrower from a group. The loan description, sector, and other attributes for a group loan profile are determined by the featured borrower's loan. The other members of the group are not required to use their loans for the same purpose.

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