Gardelias Del Sur Group
Update on Gardelias Del Sur GroupMaría Elena, 29, is married and has three children in school, Carlos and Alexis in elementary school and Kenia in secondary school. Her husband Gregorio, 29, is a farmworker. She works selling rice tamales, a job she has had for approximately a year.
She will invest the loan in the business. She will buy the supplies she uses for the tamales, which are rice, oil, chilis, and leaves to wrap the tamales.
She sells her tamales there in her town. María Elena would like her business to grow more because she says it is of great use in her family as a source of income.
María Elena belongs to Gardelias del Sur Group, which is made up of the following hardworking women: Lidia, Josefina, Benita, Elizabeth, Delia, Marta, María, Guadalupe, and Lizeth. They all work in commercial activities such as selling food, bread, groceries, atole [a corn drink], etc.
Ella se dedica al comercio vende tamales de arroz tiene aproximadamente un años con el negocio el préstamo lo invertirá en el negocio comprará los insumos que utiliza para los tamales como son arroz, aceite, chile, hojas para envolverlos ella vende sus tamales ahí en su pueblo, a doña Maria Elena le gustaría que su negocio creciera mas ya que dice que es de gran utilidad en su familia es una fuente de ingresos.
Maria Elena pertenece al grupo las gardenias del sur el cual esta integrado por puras mujeres trabajadoras a continuación serán mencionadas: Lidia, Josefina, Benita, Elizabeth, Delia, Marta, Maria, Guadalupe, Lizeth, todas realizan actividades comerciales como son: venta de comida, pan, abarrotes, atole, etc.
Previous Loan DetailsLidia is 37 years old, married with 3 children who still study. Luis is in high school, Gerardo is in elementary, and Angelín is in preschool. She has a business selling food from her home. Her loan was for the purchase of supplies used for preparing meals such as meat, chilies, tomatoes, onions,... More from Gardelias Del Sur Group's previous loan »
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