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Las Nenas Group
In this Group: Virginia , Kati Vianey, Catalina, Alma Yaneth, Lizbeth, Maria Minerva, Yolanda , Gloria, Alicia, Maria Del Socorro, Celia

Update on Las Nenas Group

Gloria is 49 years old. She is a member of 'Las Nenas' (The Chicks) community bank. She says that one of the group's members came up with the name because she pointed out that no woman is ugly, she just needs to fix herself up.

Gloria is divorced and has four children who are married. Her business is selling different brands of bedspreads, shoes and handbags through catalogs. She has been doing this for five years. She says that she set up her business so that she could help with her household expenses. Although her children support her financially, she would like to feel useful and so she has her business selling linens and shoes. She tells us that she goes out to sell her shoes and bedspreads to her acquaintances every day. Sometimes her customers come to her house and just request the catalogs. They make their orders and when she has items in stock she offers them and sells them. She says that she stocks her business from different authorized distributors. Right now, Gloria is requesting a loan to invest in orders that she has from her customers. She says that one of her goals is to grow her business. She would like to sell costume jewelry and fine jewelry but first she would like to save up so that she can invest in different types of jewelry.

The other ten members of this group are Virginia, Kati, Catalina, Alma Yanet, Lizbeth, María Minerva, Yolanda, Alicia, María del Socorro and Celia. They will invest in their different businesses which include selling Mexican snacks, selling confectionery, selling groceries, selling costume jewelry, selling sweet treats and selling shoes through catalogs.
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Gloria tiene 49 años de edad y es parte del grupo “Las Nenas” dice que le pusieron ese nombre por que una de sus integrantes se le ocurrió por que dice que la mujer no es fea nada mas falta que se arregle y por eso le puso ese nombre al grupo. Ella divorciada y tubo 4 hijos los cuales están casados, ella se dedica a vender colchas, zapatos, bolsas por catalogo y de diferentes marcas desde hace 5 años, dice que ella emprendió su negocio para ayudarse con sus gastos de la casa y aunque sus hijos la apoyan económicamente ella quiere sentirse útil y por eso tiene su negocio de venta de blancos y zapatos. Platica que a diario va a vender los zapatos y las colchas a sus conocidas y como ya tiene clientas a veces van a su casa y ya nada mas piden los catálogos y le hacen los encargos y cuando tiene artículos en existencia se los ofrece y los vende. Dice que ella va a surtirse en su localidad en diferentes distribuidores autorizados. Ahorita doña Gloria esta pidiendo un crédito para invertir en pedidos que tiene con sus clientas y dice que una de sus metas es hacer crecer su negocio, ella quisiera vender bisutería y joyería fina nada más que primero quiere ahorrar para poder invertir en diferentes modelos de joyería.
Las otras 10 integrantes del grupo se llaman Virginia, Kati, Catalina, Alma Yanet, Lizbeth, María Minerva, Yolanda, Alicia, María del Socorro y Celia ellas invertirán en diferentes negocios como antojitos, repostería, abarrotes, bisutería, dulcería, zapatos por catalogo.

Previous Loan Details

Mrs. Minerva is part of the group Las Nenas, she sells used clothing, second hand electrical appliances, and by night she has a taco stand where she sells beef and steak tacos and tacos al pastor (traditional pork tacos). She has been doing this for over 2 years and says that she started th... More from Las Nenas 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
  • 13.5
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Las Nenas Group's $3,625 loan helped a member to sell footwear and bedspreads through catalogs.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Oct 17, 2011
Listed
Nov 16, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Mar 15, 2012