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5 De Junio Group
In this Group: Ximena Antonia, Carmen, Genara Fortunata, Rosmery, Esperanza, Silveria , Beatriz*, Dominga, Cesilia, Marisol Angelica, Betty, Ruth
* not pictured
The group "5 D. Junio" (June 5) is represented by Ximena Antonia and consists of 12 members, all women, who are very hardworking and capable of maintaining their households, as Señora Ximena Antonia demonstrates. She is the single mother of a young child and knows how to work to advance her family, which consists of her mother, who is already a woman of age, and then her son. She works in the production and sale of denim and leather jackets. She lives in a zone some distance from the center, and for this reason she must leave her little son in the hands of her mother to be able to go to work early in the morning. Her greatest wish is to be able to have her own factory for making jackets, and she knows that she will be able to achieve this with effort and work. The loan is destined for the purchase of basic materials so that she can be independent and be able to do some work in her home, where she can care for her son and her mother.


The rest of the group works in different business activities such as grocery sales in shops in the neighborhood, sales of books and school supplies, backpacks, clothing, blankets, and vegetables, and making articles of clothing. The loans are destined for the purchase of basic materials such as fabrics, threads, seasonal merchandise, and tools to do better work, which can be translated into a better income for the sustenance of their homes.


As for experience, the members are familiar with how community banks work thanks to loans from institutions like Fundación Agrocapital, which offers them economic support so that they continue growing. In the photo, two of the members wanted to pose with their husbands.

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El grupo “ 5 D. Junio” esta representado por Ximena Antonia y conformado por 12 miembros las cuales son pura mujeres muy trabajadoras y capaces D. mantener su hogar como lo demuestra la señora Ximena Antonia quien es madre soltera D. un niño y sabe como sacar adelante a su familia completa por su mama que ya es una señora D. edad y pos su pequeño niño con su trabajo, ella se dedica a la confección y venta D. chamarras D. gin y D. cuero, ella resiD. en una zona alejada del centro por lo que debe dejar a su pequeño niño en las manos D. su mama para poder salir a trabajar temprano en la mañana, su mayor anhelo es poder tener su propia fabrica D. confección D. chamarras y sabe que podrá lograrlo con esfuerzo y trabajo, el crédito esta destinado a la compra D. los primeros materiales D. trabajo para independizarse y poder efectuar algunos trabajos en su domicilio donD. pueD. cuidad D. su hijo y D. su madre. El resto del grupo se dedican a diferentes actividades D. comercio como la venta D. abarrotes en tiendas D. barrio, venta D. libros y material escolar, mochilas, ropa, frazadas, verduras y confección D. prendas D. vestir. El destino del financiamiento es para la compra compras D. materia prima tales como telas, hilos y mercadería D. temporada y herramientas para efectuar un mejor trabajo que pueda traducirse en un mejor ingreso para el sustento D. sus hogares. En cuanto a la experiencia las socias conocen la modalidad D. trabajo en grupos solidarios gracias a créditos en instituciones similares a al fundación Agrocapital quien les brinda un apoyo económico para que sigan creciendo.Dentro D. la foto dos D. las socias deseaban posar con sus esposos.

Additional Information

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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