Alfa Y Omega Group
The treasurer of the "Alfa Omega" loan group is SaturN., who is on her second cycle. She has been making and selling shoes for 6 years, and she also weaves blankets. The loan of 2,000 bolivares is for the purchase of material to make footwear with. She usually sells her products at La Ceja, from 7 in the morning to 12 noon.
La señora tesorera de la banca comunal, la señora SaturN., este es su segundo ciclo, que forma parte del B.C. “Alfa y Omega”. La señora SaturN. produce y vende zapatos desde hace 6 años, al mismo que teje mantas. Su crédito actual de Bs. 2000.- es para la compra de material, para la elaboración del calzado.
Generalmente sus ventas son realizadas en la “Ceja” de 7 de la mañana a 12 del medio día.
This is a Group Loan
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