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El Limoncito Group
In this Group: Virginia, Rosa , Miryam, Maria Rosalba, Rosa Isela, Leticia , Lorenza, Jazmin, Maribel

Update on El Limoncito Group

The “El Limoncito” [The Little Lemon Tree] group is maD. up of nine enterprising and responsible women. The group renewed its loan again. Maria Elena didn't participate this time but there is a new member named Maribel.

Maribel is 35 years old and married to José, who works in the fields. They have 5 children. Miriam is 15, and couldn't go to school anymore due to a lack of money. Luis Manuel is 13 and in high school, Álvaro is 11 and in sixth graD., Isaac is 9 and in fourth graD., and Maribel is 8 and in second graD..

Maribel is a housewife and her activity is raising sheep. She has 2 years experience doing this and at this time has 5 sheep at her house. This time she has asked for the loan to buy 2 or 3 more sheep, since she wants to have more. She also remarks that is there is enough, she will also buy fodder, D.-worming medicine and vitamins.

Her only problem is when the animals get sick because they can die but this time she will do everything to avoid that happening again. One goal that Maribel has is for her children to finish their studies and for her daughter Miriam to go back to high school. She also wants to own her own house.

"Thanks to the loan, we have been able to get ahead and more than anything, our quality of life has improved and it's all thanks to FRAC and KIVA"
View original language description ↓
El grupo “El limoncito” esta integrado por nueve mejeres emprendedoras y responsables, el grupo volvi a renovar su credito, el cual la señora Maria Elena ya no prticipo sin embargo tienen una nueva integrante la señora Maribel.
Maribel tiene 35 años D. edad está casada con el señor José quien trabaja en el campo, juntos han procreado 5 hijos, Miriam D. 15 años D. edad ya no pudo seguir estudiando por falta D. dinero, Luis Manuel D. 13 años que esta en la secundaria, Álvaro D. 11 años esta en sexto año, Isaac D. 9 años pero se encuentra en cuarto grado D. primaria y Maribel D. 8 años segundo D. primaria.
La señora Maribel es ama D. casa, su actividad ganadera es criar borregos en la actividad lleva ya 2 años D. experiencia por el momento en casa tiene 5 borregos esta vez ha solicitado el crédito para comprar 2 o 3 borregos mas ya que quiere llegara tener mas también comenta que si le sobra comprara pastura, desparacitantes y vitaminas.
Su único problema que tiene es cuando los animales legan a enfermar ya que se llegan a morir pero esta vez hará todo lo posible para que no le vuelva a pasar.
Una meta que tiene doña Maribel es que sus hijos terminen D. estudiar y que su hija Miriam vuelva a estudiar la prepa, también desea llegar a tener su propia casa propia.
"Gracias al crédito hemos podido salir adelante y mas que nada nuestra calidad D. vida ha mejorado y todo gracias a FRAC y KIVA"

Previous Loan Details

The "Limoncito" group is located opposite a large reservoir. People fish there in the mornings and the reservoir also serves the purpose of supplying water to fields of crops. They are irrigated fields. The Limoncito group obtained a loan to invest in their businesses. There are nine women in... More from El Limoncito Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

Concurrent and Successive Loans

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 14
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $18,793,250
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 13.5
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of El Limoncito Group's $3,200 loan helped a member to buy 2 or 3 sheep, fodder, grass cuttings, corn and de-worming medicine.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
5 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Oct 11, 2011
Listed
Nov 2, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Feb 15, 2012