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Las Nenas Group
In this Group: Rosalba, Alma Yaneth, Lizbeth, Maria Minerva, Yolanda , Gloria, Alicia, Maria Del Socorro, Celia, Claudia Minerva, Alma Delia, Ma. Beatriz

Update on Las Nenas Group

Yolanda, an enthusiastic and cheerful woman, wants to get her family ahead, and that is her priority despite the adversities that she has had moving her business forward. Yola, as her friends call her lovingly, is 52 and part of the group called “Las Nenas” (the Girls) She says that her companions chose this name because in this group all the women are thought to be pretty and lively and cheerful. She has had a grocery store for 7 years and she set it up to have a little more income to help her husband.
Now she tells us she is having problems because 8 months ago she started to lose her sight because of her diabetes and so she will have surgery in a few days. She says that she is a little nervous but she prays to God that her operation will come out well since she needs to have the cataracts removed. She tells us that she badly needs the loan so that her store will be well supplied. This is because there will be days when she can’t leave after the surgery and will then spend all her time in the store instead of going out to sell typical snack foods on weekend evenings. She will use the loan to buy milk, eggs, sugar, beans, cans of tuna and sardines, oil, soap, etc. One of her dreams is to expand her business and to have a little of many products so that the people in her neighborhood don’t have to travel to other areas to buy their staple items. She is married to José Antonio and he helps her a lot with her business. They have an 18-year old son who is in high school.

The other eleven members of the group are: Rosalba, Alma Yanet, Lizbeth, María Minerva, Gloria, Alicia, María del Socorro, Celia, Claudia Minerva, Alma Delia and María Beatriz. They will use their loans to buy bedspreads, purses, typical snacks, sweets, fried foods, juices, shoes through catalogs and supplies of beauty products and perfumes, ingredients to make popsicles, oysters, etc.
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Yolanda es una mujer muy entusiasta y alegre con ganas de sacar adelante a su familia ya que es su prioridad y a pesar de las adversidades que le aquejan ella está saliendo adelante con su negocio. Yola como de cariño le dicen sus amigas tiene 52 años de edad y es parte del grupo llamado “Las Nenas” dice que sus compañeras le pusieron ese nombre porque dice que todas las de su grupo se consideran mujeres guapas y con mucha vitalidad y sonríe doña Yolanda. Ella tiene una tienda de abarrotes desde hace 7 años y dice que la puso para tener un poco mas de ingresos para ayudar a su esposo. Dice que ahorita esta pasando por algo muy desagradable para ella ya que desde hace 8 meses empezó a perder su vista ya que tiene diabetes y es por eso que en unos días la operaran, platica que está un poco nerviosa pero que ella pide a Dios para que su operación salga bien ya que tiene cataratas. Dice que le urge el crédito que la harán por que quiere tener surtida su tienda ya que en varios días no podrá salir a la calle debido a la operación y así dedicarse por completo a su tienda ya que también los fines de semana vende antojitos mexicanos por la noche. Dice que con el crédito comprara leche, huevo, azúcar, frijol, atún, sardina, aceite, jabón etc. Dice que uno de sus sueños es hacer crecer su negocio y tener un poco de todo para que la gente de su colonia no se traslade a otros lados a comprar los productos básicos. Ella está casada con el señor José Antonio el cual le ayuda con el negocio y tienen un hijo que estudia la preparatoria el cual tiene 18 años.
Las otras once integrantes del grupo se llaman Rosalba, Alma Yanet, Lizbeth, María Minerva, Gloria, Alicia, María del Socorro, Celia, Claudia Minerva, Alma Delia y Ma. Beatriz, ellas invertirán sus créditos para la compra de colchas, bolsas, antojitos mexicanos, dulces, frituras, jugos, zapatos por catalogo, surtir productos de belleza y perfumería, insumos para hacer paletas de hielo, ostionería, etc.


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

Concurrent and Successive Loans

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This is a Group Loan

In a group loan, each member of the group receives an individual loan but is part of a larger group of individuals. The group is there to provide support to the members and to provide a system of peer pressure, but groups may or may not be formally bound by a group guarantee. In cases where there is a group guarantee, members of the group are responsible for paying back the loans of their fellow group members in the case of delinquency or default.

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About Mexico

  • $11,249
    Average annual income
  • 33
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $18,350,050
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.9
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Las Nenas Group's $4,125 loan helped a member to buy items such as milk, eggs, sugar, beans, cans of tuna and sardines, oil, soap, etc.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Feb 10, 2012
Listed
Feb 29, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jul 15, 2012