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El Huamuchi Group
In this Group: Maria Magdalena, Obdulia , Blanca Luz, Ines , Carmen Cleofas, Maria Guadalupe, Elvira, Maria Del Carmen, Diana Del Rocio , Cleotilde

Update on El Huamuchi Group

This group called Huamuchi is made up of ten humble and hard-working indigenous women originating from Pinotepa Nacional Oaxaca, where the people are hard-working. One of the members is Carmen, a humble and hardworking woman who is 58 years old and who has made a living selling bread for a year.

Carmen Cleofás tells us that she has two employees who make the bread and she just buys the ingredients, since she is ill and gets injured when she gets close to the heat of the oven. But she is proud of her employees because they complete the orders on time and avoid disappointing her customers.

Carmen Cleofás is happily married to Pablo, who is 53 years old. She says she is happy that her husband treats her well in spite of the fact that he is younger than she is. Dona Carmen, as she is better known to her friends/fellow group members, tells us that she names her bread the following:
"panquesitos", "rosquitas", "gringos", "muelas", "gusano", "donas", "petatitos", "enpanochadas", "papayo" and "costra", and her best-selling bread is "petatitos". Carmen is happy with her business as it allows for a good income and also her customers really like her bread.

She has three children: Pedro Paulo, José Ángel y Emili, who help increase her business and she is happy with the extra income.
She asked for the loan to buy more ingredients for making bread, such as: yeast, Royal brand baking powder, sugar, flour, margarine, eggs and butter.

Carmen tells us that she is very happy with the support that the foundation has given her and her fellow members so that they can change their lives. The other members of the group are:
María Magdalena – sells clothing
Obdulia – sells livestock
Blanca– sells Mexican snacks
Inés – sells Mexican snacks
María Guadalupe – sells food
Elvira – sells fish
María del Carmen – sells tortillas
Diana del Roció – sells clothing
Clotilde – sells clothing

They give thanks to the foundation for helping all of the women, and above all the single mothers.
View original language description ↓
Este grupo se llama el Huamuchi esta conformado por diez mujeres indígenas trabajadoras.
Una de las integrantes es la señora Carmen una señora trabajadora y humilde de cincuenta y ocho años de edad, se dedica a la venta de pan desde hace un año.
Doña Carmen Cleofas nos cuenta que tiene dos trabajadores quienes se dedican a elaborar el pan y ella solamente se dedica a comprarle los ingredientes ya que esta enferma y le hace daño acercarse al calor del horno, pero se siente orgullosa de sus trabajadores ya que tienen los pedidos a tiempo para no quedarles mal a sus clientes.
Doña Carmen Cleofas esta felizmente casada con el señor Pablo de 53 años de edad dice que esta feliz ya que esposo la trata bien a pesar de que esta mas joven que ella.
Doña Carmen como mejor la conocen sus compañeras de grupo nos dice que los panes que ella hace se llaman : panquesitos, rosquitas, gringos, muelas, gusano, donas, petatitos, enpanochadas, papayo y costra y el mas que mas vende son los petatitos.
Doña Carmen esta feliz con su negocio le deja buenas ganancias y además a sus clientes le gusta mucho su pan.
Tiene la cantidad de tres hijos Pedro Paulo, José Ángel y Emili quienes le ayudan Para que su negocio crezca y ella este feliz y pueda tener mas ingresos.
Ella pidió el préstamo para la compra de más ingredientes para la elaboración de pan como es: levadura, royal, azucar, harina, margarina, huevo y manteca.
Doña Carmen nos cuenta que esta muy contenta por el apoyo que le ha dado fundación ella y a sus compañeras para que sus vidas camben.
Las otras integrantes del grupo son:
Maria Magdalena- se dedica a la venta de ropa.
Obdulia- se dedica a la venta de ganado.
Blanca Luz – se dedica a la venta de antojitos mexicanos.
Ines- se dedica a la venta de antojitos mexicanos.
Maria Guadalupe- se dedica a la venta de comida.
Elvira- se dedica a la venta de pescado.
Maria del Carmen- se dedica a la venta de tortillas.
Diana del Rocio – se dedica a la venta de ropa.
Cleotilde- se dedica a la venta de ropa.

Le dan las gracias a fundacion por ayudar a todas las mujeres y sobre todo a las madres solteras.

Previous Loan Details

This group is called “Huamuchi” and is made up of 10 hardworking women with a desire to succeed and grow their businesses. The members decided to name the group this way because there are Huamuchi trees in their neighborhood and the fruit is sweet and delicious. Obdulia is one of the members. ... More from El Huamuchi Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

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About Mexico

  • $11,249
    Average annual income
  • 13
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $18,608,575
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.8
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of El Huamuchi Group's $4,400 loan helped a member to buy ingredients for making bread.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Mar 28, 2012
Listed
Apr 18, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Aug 31, 2012