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San Lorenzo Group
In this Group: Felicitas, Raymundo, Dolores , Carmen , Juliana, Mariana , Margarita, Donaciana*, Sixta, Candido *, Tomasa
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Update on San Lorenzo Group

This group is called San L.. One of its members dropped out because her business didn’t work out; she was investing more in purchases than what she was earning in profits. Despite this, however, she’s happy to have attempted it.

The people who joined the group are: Margarita, Donaciana, Sixta and Cándido who already have businesses and want to make them bigger.

Felicitas sells bread. She likes her business very much because it produces good profits. She’s sold bread since she was a little girl because her mother was also in this occupation.

The dates when she sells most is when there are weddings, baptisms or the Day of the Dead because orders are placed three days ahead of time.

She requested the loan to buy more ingredients to make bread like: flour, eggs, shortening, yeast and Royal baking powder.

She is very grateful to her mother because she taught her this business and she’s very proud of herself for being able to manage it and because her customers are very happy for the good service she provides and because the bread she makes is so delicious and made by an indigenous person who wants to improve herself.

She feels happy because when it is vacation season people come to the town and buy bread from her and buy it at wholesale to take it back to where they came from so other people can taste it.

She thanks the Fundación for the support it’s provided and for the interest it shows for her fellow group members.
View original language description ↓
En este grupo se salieron unas de sus imtegrantes por que sus negocios no funcionaron era mas lo que invertian en comprar lo que necesitan que lo que ganaban , pero a pesar de eso estan felices por que lo intentaron.
Las persona que entraron al grupo son: la señora Margarita,la señora Donaciana, la señora Sixta y el señor Candido quienes ya tiene su negocio pero desean hacerlo mas grande.
La señora Felicitas se dedica a la venta de pan ,e guta ucho su negocio por que le deja muy buenas ganancias ya que desde muy pequeña se ha dedicado a la venta de pan po que mama ha eso se dedicaba.
En las fechas que tiene mas ventas es cuando hay bodas, bautosos y muertos ya que es cuando le encargan el pan tres dias antes .
Pidio el prestamo para comprar mas ingredientes para hacer pan como son: harina,huevo,manteca,levadura y royal.
Esta muy agradecida con su madre ya que fue ella quien le enseyo ese negocio y esta muy orgullosa de si misma por poderlo manegar , por que sus clientes estan muy contentos por el buen servicio que les brinda y por hacer ese pan tan delicioso y por manos de una persona indigena que tiene ganas de superarse.
Se siente contenta por que cuendo hay vacaciones y van personas al pueblo le compran pan ya que cuando que cuando se van a regresar le compran por mayoreo para que las otras personas lo prueben.
Le da las gracias a funadcion por el apoyo que le ha dado y por el interes que muestra por sus compañeras del grupo.

Previous Loan Details

This group is called "San Lorenzo", whose name honours San Lorenzo Oaxaca. It is worth mentioning that the group is made up of 10 people: 9 women and 1 man. They all speak the mother tongue belonging to the Mixteca indigenous community of the coast of Oaxaca, also known as the Mixteca Baja. A lit... More from San Lorenzo Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

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About Mexico

  • $11,249
    Average annual income
  • 8
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $18,125,250
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 14.0
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of San Lorenzo Group's $2,000 loan helped a member to buy bread baking supplies.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Sep 7, 2011
Listed
Oct 11, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Feb 15, 2012