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Toronjil Huazolo Group
In this Group: Maria Divina, Liliana , Nacariza , Camelia , Margarita, Acacia , Modesta, Castula , Violeta

Update on Toronjil Huazolo Group

This group is called “Toronjil Huazolo” and consists of nine members, all of whom are hardworking women full of hopes and dreams. The following women have left the group because their businesses are no longer functioning: Adelfa, Josefina, Ciria, Modesta, Magdalena, and Aurora. Two women have joined the group, Sra. Castula and Sra. Violeta.

One of the members is Sra. Violeta, who sells blouses and traditional gowns. She is 42 years and a single mother. Even though she does not have a husband, Violeta is a strong woman who always gets what she wants. She has been selling clothes for four years. What she enjoys most about her business is that she can make blouses to her taste and put different colors and designs. She also likes using her sewing machine because she has been drawn to this activity ever since she was a young girl. Violeta has a nine-year-old son named José Miguel who is in elementary school. He likes helping his mother with delivering the clothes she has made and collecting payments. One of Violeta’s dreams is to continue learning new things and also be able to make wedding gowns.

She is requesting a loan to buy more materials such as cloth, sewing machine thread (white and other colors), knitting hoops, needles, and elastics for making women’s blouses. What she likes most is using a knitting machine because it is fun and it has allowed her to learn new things.

The other members of the group are:
• María Divina sells blouses and napkins.
• Liliana sells napkins.
• Nacariza sells napkins.
• Camelia sells napkins.
• Margarita sells napkins.
• Acacia sells blouses.
• Modesta sells blouses and napkins.
• Castula sells napkins.

They are grateful to Fundación Realidad for the support that has been given to them so that they can move forward and succeed in life and in their businesses.

View original language description ↓
Este grupo se llama toronjil huazolo esta integrado por nueve integrantes todas son mujeres trabajadoras llenas de sueños e ilusiones .
La señora que salieron por que su negocio no funciono son: Adelfa, Josefina,Ciria,Modesta,Magdalena y Aurora.
Y entraron dos la señora Castula y la señora Violeta.
Una de las integrantes es la señora Violeta quien se dedica a la venta de blusas y batas típicas ella tiene cuarenta y dos años de edad es madre soltera pero eso no la hace de menos a pesar de que no tiene esposo es una mujer fuerte que siempre logra lo que se propone.
Ella lleva vendiendo ropa desde hace cuatro años lo que mas le gusta de su negocio es que puede hacer las blusas a su gusto y ponerle diferentes colores y modelo, también le gusta mucho coser a maquina desde chica le llamo mucho la atención .
Tiene un hijo de nueve años de edad se llama José Miguel quien va a la primaria le gusta ayudar a su mama ya que va entregar la ropa cuando ya esta hecha y tanbien va a cobrar .
Uno de sus sueños es seguir aprendiendo cosas nuevas y también a prender hacer vestidos de novia de manta y de telas.
Ella pidió el préstamo para comprar mas material como son: Manta, hilo para maquina , blanco y de colores , aros para tejer , agujas y elásticos para poder elaborar blusas para mujeres.
Lo que mas le gusta es tejer a maquina ya que le parece algo divertido y donde puede aprender cosas nuevas.
Las otras integrantes del grupo son:
María Divina- quien se dedica a la venta de blusas y servilletas.
Liliana- quien se dedica a la venta de servilletas.
Narcisa- quien se dedica a la venta de servilletas.
Camelia- quien se dedica a la venta de servilletas.
Margarita – quien se dedica a la venta de servilletas.
Acacia- quien se dedica a la venta de blusas.
Modesta- quien se dedica a la venta de blusas. Servilletas.
Castuela- quien se dedica a la venta de servilletas.

Le dan las gracias a fundación por el apoyo que les ha dado ara salir adelante y triunfar en la vida con sus negocios.

Previous Loan Details

This group is named Toronjil Huazolo. The members decided to give it this name because it is the name of their settlement. There are eleven members who have to meet weekly to make their payments. They have a representative and a committee that governs them. This group is located in the city of Sa... More from Toronjil Huazolo Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

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This is a Group Loan

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 37
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $19,122,575
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 13.6
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Toronjil Huazolo Group's $2,575 loan helped a member to buy cloth, sewing machine thread, knitting hoops, needles, and elastics.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Oct 28, 2011
Nov 3, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Mar 15, 2012