Renovacion Las Aguilas 1 & 4 Group
Nieve's family includes herself and her four children, only one of whom lives with her. She lives in Santiago, the second largest city in the country. The town's economy depends on agriculture, cattle raising and tobacco growing, among others. The town also has a large Dominican and Haitian immigrant population who live with very limited resources.
Nieve is very excited to receive her seventh loan with Esperanza Internacional after having duly paid her previous loan and taken steps to grow her business. She has had her business for about five years. She started it when she took her first loan.
Nieve plans to invest her new loan in her business. She sells new clothes and miscellaneous products, and she will use this loan to buy clothes such as pants, shirts and underwear as well as shoes and cosmetics. She will use her business profits to expand her business and also to save to rebuild her house.
She thanks you for your support.
This is a Group Loan
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