Vista Hermosa Group
Obdulia is 41 years old and studied up to high school level. She is a single mother and has three children. Her eldest child is called Karen and she is 19 years old. She is studying at university. 15-year-old Brenda is in high school and 9-year-old Luis Angel is in elementary school. Obdulia tells us that she has always had to work to provide for her children and pay for their education. A little over 10 years ago she started selling chicken together with her friends and neighbors in her community. However, over time, and as a result of the hard work her whole family has carried out in order to get themselves ahead in life, they have managed to become suppliers. They currently supply chicken to all the ladies who sell in their community. The work that Obdulia and her family carry out requires a lot of effort and work as they must get up at 5 o'clock in the morning to start seasoning the chicken which they then go out to deliver to their customers. She says that she sells more and more every day and that her business is gradually growing. Obdulia needs this loan to invest in buying more chickens so that she can continue making her sales.
Obdulia hopes that this investment will allow her business to continue making progress as she would like her business to continue growing so that she can pay for her children's education.
The other members of this group are:
Minerva - bakery
Esther - selling groceries
Flor - selling corn
Madai - selling corncobs and fruit
Leticia - selling clothing
Maria - selling sweet treats
Atanacia - selling tacos
Cristina - selling groceries
The group is grateful to Fundación Realidad for the support that they are providing.
Doña Obdulia tiene la edad de 41 años, estudios hasta la preparatoria y es madre soltera, ella tiene tres hijos la mayor de nombre Karen de 19 años que estudia la universidad, Brenda de 15 años que estudia la secundaria y Luis angel de 9 años que asiste a la primaria. Doña Obdulia platica que siempre ha tenido que trabajar para sacar a delante a sus hijos y poder pagar sus estudios, pero hace un poco mas de 10 años inicio a vender pollo con sus amigos y vecinos de la comunidad pero con el tiempo y el esfuerzo que toda la familia le ha realizado para sacar adelante a su familia han logrado volverse proveedores y actualmente surten el pollo a todas las señoras que venden en su comunidad, el trabajo que ella y su familia realizan requiere de mucho esfuerzo y trabajo ya que se levantan todos los dias a las 5 de la mañana para iniciar a alinear el pollo y posteriormente salir a entregarlo a sus clientas, ella dice que cada dia se vende mas y que poco a poco el negocio crece mas. ella nacesita este credito para invertirlo en la compra de mas pollos para continuar con sus ventas.
Ella espera que con esta inversión su negocio continue progresando ya que desea que el negocio continue creciendo para poder pagar los estudios de sus hijos.
Los demas integrantes del grupo son: Minerva-panaderia, Esther-venta de abarrotes, Flor-venta de maiz, Madai-venta de elotes y fruituras, Leticia-venta de ropa, Maria-venta de dulces, Atanacia-veta de tacos, Cristina-venta de abarrotes.
esta grupo agradece a la fundacion por el apoyo que se les esta brindando.
This is a Group Loan
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