Las Estrellitas Group
Update on Las Estrellitas GroupThis group is called "Las Estrellitas" (The Little Stars), and it is formed by five people, each of whom works at her respective business.
The member who was interviewed is Dora Maria. She is married to Señor Misael, and their five children are already married. She will invest her loan in the purchase of groceries such as sugar, oil, and milk, among other items, for her grocery story. She has been working in this business for four years, and she is doing well with her income. Her inspiration for this activity began since she also wanted to help her husband with the household income. What she wants from her business is to be able to continue working and thus to be able to support herself in the future.
The people who for the group are Irma, who will invest her loan in the purchase of agricultural products, Florida, who will invest in the purchase of chickens to cut up and sell, Matilde Alicia, who sells utensils, and Martha, who will invest in her clothing store.
Quien se le tomo la entrevista se llama dora María ella es casada con el señor Misael y quienes sus hijos ya están casados.
El préstamo lo invertirá en la compra de abarrotes en donde comprara, azúcar, aceite, leche, entre otros en donde lleva trabajando cuatro años y le va bien con sus ingresos.
Su inspiración por esta actividad comenzó ya que también quiere apoyar a su esposo con los ingresos de la casa.
Lo que desea de su negocio es que con ello puede seguir trabajando para así poder apoyar se mas adelante.
Las personas que integran en el grupo son: Irma quien invertirá el préstamo en la compra de productos agrícolas, florida quien invertirá en la compra de pollos para venderlo destazado, Matilde Alicia venta de trastes y Martha quien invertirá en tienda de topas.
Previous Loan DetailsMartha lives in a beautiful town. She is single and wants to succeed in her business. Martha is requesting a loan to invest in the purchase of clothing for women, men, girls, and boys so that she can sell these items in the neighboring communities close to where she lives. She has been in… More from Las Estrellitas Group's previous loan »
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