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Maria Alexandra
In the communal bank "Mujeres De Lucha," we spoke with señora María, who has participated in 4 cycles of loans from the field partner Fundación.

Señora María sells vegetables in the market of her native parish. Her husband makes his living selling plastics, such as buckets, brushes, small tubs, brooms and more. Together, they each invest the money they receive from Fundación in their own businesses.

Señora María travels to the city of Guayaquil to stock up on items for her husband's business. She does this twice a month. As far as the vegetables, which is her business, her husband is the one who takes care of going the the central market in Portoviejo. He buys the vegetables there so that señora María can then sell them from her post at the market in Picoaza.

This new loan that our member will receive will be invested in the products that both she and her husband sell. Day by day, their businesses are growing and are giving them good profits. Our member's dream is to have her own home, being that they are currently living in her mother's home.
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En el Banco Comunal Mujeres De Lucha conversamos con la señora María que desde hace 4 ciclos viene trabajando con los créditos de la Fundación.

La señora María es comerciante de legumbres en el mercado de su parroquia natal, el esposo se dedica a la venta de materiales en plásticos como baldes, cepillos, tarrinas, escobas y mas, ellos juntos invierten el dinero que reciben de la Fundación cada uno en su negocio.

La señora María viaja hasta la ciudad de Guayaquil para surtir el negocio del esposo, lo realiza dos veces al mes, y en las legumbres que es el negocio de ella es el esposo que se encarga de ir al mercado central de Portoviejo a comprar las legumbres para luego que la señora María las venda en su puesto que tiene en el mercado de Picoaza.

Este nuevo crédito que recibirá nuestra socia lo invertía en los productos que ambos venden, cada día sus negocios están creciendo y dejándoles bueno resultados en ganancias. El sueño de nuestra socia es tener su propia casa en los actúale momentos viven en casa de la mamá de ella.

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  • $10,200
    Average annual income
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  • $23,921,625
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Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,100 helped Maria Alexandra to purchase vegetables and plastics, such as buckets, brushes, small tubs and brooms.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Apr 22, 2010
Listed
May 4, 2010
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Sep 15, 2010