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El Ciruelito Group
In this Group: Ma Elvis, Carmela, Evelia , Isabel , Elia, Prajedis, Lina Iveth , Joaquina , Enoemi, Mariana
Señora Carmela is 46 years old. She is married and has six children, three of whom are still financially dependent and in school. Rubí is studying in regular school, Isabel is studying for her baccalaureate, and the youngest is in primary school. Her husband's name is Joaquín, and he works in the fields.

Carmela works in retail; she has a small business selling fruits and vegetables, which she has been able to keep going with the help of the loan. She invested the loan in buying vegetables such as chili peppers, tomatoes, onions, etc. She hopes for great benefits from this, and has the goal of growing her business.

Señora Carmela belongs to the "El Ciruelito" group, ("The Little Plum Tree"), which is made up of ten members. They are called "El Ciruelito" because there are many plum trees in the community where they live. All the members work in different activities.

Señora Mariana works in retail selling bedspreads, sheets, and aprons. She invested her loan in the purchase of bedspreads and material for making aprons.

Señora Lina Iveth works in retail selling different types of plantains, such as macho, dominico, manzano and patriota varieties. She invested her loan in the purchase of plantains.

Señora Isabel works retailing perfumes. She sells different brands of perfumes, and invested her loan in the purchase of of more perfumes with new fragrances, creams, and cosmetics.

Señora Evelia works selling vegetables. She invested her loan in the purchase of vegetables such as tomatoes, chili peppers, onions, carrots, lettuce, etc.

Señora Prajedis works in retail selling beans, which she buys and resells. She invested her loan in the purchase of more black beans and peruvian beans.

Señora Elia works selling vegetables, she invested her loan in the purchase of more vegetables, such as chili peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, onions, lettuce, pumpkins, etc.

Señora Enoemi works selling vegetables. She invested her loan in the purchase of vegetables such as chili peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, onions, lettuce, pumpkins, beans, etc.

Señora Joaquina works selling groceries. She invested her loan in the purchase of products such as oil, eggs, cookies, soup, chili peppers, sugar, etc.

Señora Ma Elvis works selling fruit. She invested her loan in the purchase of fruit such as apples, plantains, grapes, oranges, pears, etc.
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La señora Carmela cuenta con 46 años de edad es casada tiene 6 hijos tres depende de ella, los cuales estudian, rubí estudia la normal, Isabel el bachillerato y el más chico estudia la primaria, Su esposo se llama Joaquín el cual se dedica al campo.
Ella se dedica al comercio el cual tiene un pequeño negocio de frutas y verduras el cual ha sabido mantener con la ayuda del préstamo ella invirtio su prestamo en la compra de verduras como son: chile, jitomate, cebolla, etc. espera grandes beneficios ya que tiene como meta hacer crecer su negocio.
La señora Carmela pertenece al grupo el ciruelito que está integrado por 10 miembros, se llama el ciruelito por que en la comunidad donde viven hay muchos arbolitos de ciruelas, todos los integrantes tiene diferente actividades.
La Sra. Mariana se dedica al comercio se dedica en la venta de sobrecamas y sabanas y mandiles, ella invirtió su préstamo en la compra de sobrecamas y material para hacer los mandiles.
La Sra. Lina iveth se dedica al comercio ella vende plátanos de diferente tipo como son: macho, dominico, manzano, patriota. Ella invirtió su préstamo en compra su plátano.
La Sra. Isabel se dedica al comercio de perfumes vende perfumes de diferentes marcas, ella invirtió su préstamo en la compra de mas perfumes nuevas aromas, cremas, y cosméticos.
La Sra. Evelia se dedica al comercio de verduras ella invirtió su préstamo en la compra de verduras como son: jitomate, chile, cebolla, zanahoria, lechuga, etc.
La Sra. Prajedis se dedica al comercio ella vende frijol lo compra y lo revende ella invirtió su préstamo en la compra de mas frijol negro y peruano.
La Sra. Elia se dedica al comercio de verduras, ella invirtió su préstamo en la compra de mas verduras como son: chile, papa, jitomate, cebolla, lechuga, calabaza, etc.
La Sra. enoemi se dedica al comercio de verduras ella invirtió su préstamo en la compra de verduras como son: chile, papa, jitomate, cebolla, lechuga, calabaza, frijol, etc.
La Sra. Joaquina se dedica al comercio productos de abarrotes, ella invirtió su préstamo en la compra de los productos como son: aceite, huevo, galleta, sopa, chile, azúcar, etc.
La Sra. Ma. Elvis se dedica al comercio de frutas, ella invirtió su préstamo en la compra de frutas como son: manzana, plátano, uva, naranja, peras, etc.




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.

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About Mexico

  • $11,249
    Average annual income
  • 51
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $18,368,000
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.9
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of El Ciruelito Group's $3,025 loan helped a member to purchase vegetables such as chili peppers, tomatoes, onions, etc.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Aug 15, 2011
Listed
Oct 3, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jan 15, 2012