Las Morenas Group
Hilda is one of the members of the group. She is 35 years old and married with two children. During the day she works at her grocery store. For six months now she has done this to help her husband with expenses and provide a better education for her children. Moreover, she also works on weekends selling food in her home.
Hilda would like a loan in order to add a new branch to her grocery store- selling stationary and school supplies- as her business is located next to a school.
In the long-term, Hilda would like her business to grow and to have bigger premises in order to attract more customers.
HILDA ES UNA DE LAS INTEGRANTES DEL GRUPO, TIENE 35 AÑOS DE EDAD ES CASADA CON 2 HIJOS. DUARNTE EL DIA, LA SRA HILDA TRABAJA EN SU NEGOCIO DE ABARROTES DESDE HACE 6 MESES ESTO LO HACE PARA AYUDAR A SU ESPOSO CON LOS GASTOS Y DARLE UNA MEJOR EDUCACION A SUS HIJOS. ADEMAS, ELLA TAMBIEN TRABAJA LOS FINES DE SEMANA VENDIENDO COMIDAS EN SU DOMICILIO.
HILDA QUIERE SU PRESTAMO PARA AÑADIR UN NUEVO RAMO A SU TIENDA DE ABARROTES QUE ES LA VENTA DE PAPELERIA Y ARTICULOS ESCOLARES YA QUE SU NEGOCIO SE ENCUENTRA AL LADO DE UNA ESCUELA.
A LARGO PLAZO, HILDA QUIERE QUE SU NEGOCIO CREZCA Y TENER UN LOCAL MAS GRANDE PARA ATRAER MAS CLIENTES.
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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