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Abejitas Trabajadoras Group
In this Group: Cristina, Elizabeth, Rosa, Mariana, Jorge, Maria De Jesus, Adriana De Jesus, Teresa, Alma Delia, Sandra Viridiana, Georgina, Yazmin Del Rocio

Update on Abejitas Trabajadoras Group

Jorge is 33 years old, divorced and has a son in elementary school. He is part of the Las Abejitas Trabajadoras (The Little Worker Bees) group, and he says they gave themselves this nickname because they are very hard workers willing to fight for a better life. Jorge has made a living baking bread for more than four years after a friend taught him the trade at a time in his life when he didn't have a job and had to make headway for his son, so his friend offered to teach him. Jorge says that he is requesting this loan to purchase ingredients to bake bread, such as milk, eggs, flour, firewood, sugar, butter and other times. He sells the bread in different stores in town. The stores make their orders, and he delivers the bread very early. He is very excited about the loan because it will increase his sales as he will invest a little more in the ingredients. One of his goals is to purchase a motor-scooter so he can make his deliveries more quickly and be able to sell his products on the city streets. The other members of the group are Cristina, Elizabeth, Rosa, Mariana, María de Jesús, Adriana, Teresa, Alma Delia, Sandra, Georgina and Yazmin, and they plan to invest their loans in the businesses, such as furniture making, selling fruits and candies, sewing handicrafts, selling party supplies, selling perfumes, making tamales, selling quilts via catalog, and selling women's cosmetics via catalog.
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Don Jorge tiene 33 años de edad es divorciado pero tiene un hijo que estudia la primaria, el es parte del grupo Las Abejitas Trabajadoras y dice que le pusieron a su grupo así por que se consideran muy trabajadores y luchadores por vivir mejor, el se dedica hacer pan desde hace mas de 4 años y platica que un amigo le enseño porque hubo un momento de su vida que se quedo sin trabajo y tenía que sacar adelante a su hijo y un amigo le ofreció enseñarle hacer el pan , dice que esta pidiendo un crédito a la financiera para comprar insumos que ocupa para hacer el pan como leche, huevo, harina, leña, azúcar, mantequilla etc. El vende su pan en diferentes tiendas de su población dice que le hacen pedidos y el lleva el pan a muy temprana hora. Platica que está muy emocionado por el crédito que le harán por que así mejorara sus ventas por que invertirá un poco mas en los insumos. Una de sus metas es comprarse una motoneta para poder trasladarse mas rápidamente a entregar los pedidos y también para poder vender por las calles de su población. Los otros integrantes de su grupo se llaman Cristina, Elizabeth, Rosa, Mariana, María de Jesús, Adriana, Teresa, Alma Delia, Sandra, Georgina y Yazmin ellas invertirán sus créditos en sus negocios como en la elaboración de muebles, dulces y frituras para su venta, costuras artesanales, tienda de recuerdos para fiestas, perfumería, tamales, colchas por catalogo, cosméticos para dama por catalogo.

Previous Loan Details

Elizabeth is a very hard-working woman who does her household chores very responsibly. She has two young children: an 8 year-old boy who is in elementary school and a 6 year-old girl who will start elementary school soon. Elizabeth's business is selling juice and smoothies outside a school. ... More from Abejitas Trabajadoras Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

Concurrent and Successive Loans

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 64
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $20,028,775
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.8
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Abejitas Trabajadoras Group's $5,775 loan helped a member to purchase ingredients to bake bread like milk, eggs, flour, firewood, sugar, butter, etc.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Feb 27, 2012
Mar 7, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Jul 15, 2012