La Ilusion De Huitzililla Group
Update on La Ilusion De Huitzililla GroupThe group members are still doing the activities they have been carrying out up to now. Delfina is 55, married, and has eight children: two girls and 6 boys, all married and working.
She sells Tupperware, perfumes and Jafra cosmetics by catalog. She also sells bread, and goes out to sell her products on the streets of her community. Her bread business was her father's; but he died, so she continued with the business. Her business is important because she makes profits, and it is very well-known for the flavor of the bread.
She started her business 14 years ago when a girlfriend invited her to sell Jafra products and Tupperware. She feels proud to sell bread, and to finish selling all her merchandise. She is happy about the loan she is going to receive, and will use it to buy merchandise to sell.
The group members wish to say to Kiva and Fundación Realidad: “Thank you for your help. With your loans we can make the businesses grow."
Previous Loan DetailsThis solidarity group is called 'La Ilusión de Huitzililla'. It is located in the community of Huitzililla, Ayala, in the State of Morelos, Mexico. The group has 9 female members who know each other and are neighbors. The members are: Ángela F. L. who will use her loan to buy a cow, sugar and... More from La Ilusion De Huitzililla Group's previous loan »
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