Las Marias Group
Update on Las Marias GroupCristina is 33 years old. She is married and has five children, who are in school. Creidily is in primary school, Jona Antonia is in the fourth grade of primary school, Jemi is in 3rd grade, Maritza is in secondary school, and the youngest is in preschool. Her husband, Tomás, is a farmer.
Cristina is a merchant. She sells fish, and she has already had this business for 3 years. She goes to the neighboring towns to sell, and she will invest her loan in the purchase of more fish. She expects that the loan will help her, since her business is a source of income and it is very useful to her. She hopes to make her business grow.
Cristina belongs to the Las Marias group, which consists of 13 people, one man and 12 women -- Teresa, Isabel, Elisandra, Rosa Dalia, Yadira, Paula, Alberta, Leonardo, Marison, Antonia, Tesenia, and Carmela. All have business activities such as cosmetics, perfumes, soft drinks, household items, corn, fruits, vegetable, etc.
Ella es comerciante vende pescados ya tiene 3 años con su negocio ella sale a vender a los pueblos vecinos e invertirá su préstamo en la compra de mas pescados espera que le ayude ya que es una fuente de ingresos y le es de gran utilidad espera hacer crecer su negocio.
Cristina pertenece al grupo las marías el cual esta integrado por 13 personas 1 hombre y 12 mujeres a continuación serán mencionadas: Teresa, Isabel, Elisandra, Rosa Dalia, Yadira, Paula, Alberta, Leonardo, Marisol, Antonia, Yesenia, Carmela, todas realizan una actividad comercial como son: cosméticos, perfumes, refrescos, artículos para el hogar, maíz, frutas, legumbres, etc
Previous Loan DetailsTeresa is 51 years old, married, and has two children who don’t go to school but are dependent on her. Her husband is Silvestre, and he works in the fields. She works in the fish market. She sells fish and pork rinds in her neighborhood. She will invest her loan in the purchase of fish and pork... More from Las Marias Group's previous loan »
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