El Campanario Group
Update on El Campanario GroupThe “El Campanario” (The Bell Tower) communal bank is composed of four hardworking, enterprising people from Managua. The group coordinator is Giovanni de los Ángeles who sells cosmetics. The business started 8 years ago with the sale of small products via catalogue and the loan will be used to buy body wash, eye shadow, Avon products, etc.
The other group members are Antonia de los Ángeles who has sold cooked beans and vegetables for four hears and also rents a room, Fabiola del Carmen who has had a grocery store for a year and Marvin who has sold fruit and vegetables for 15 years.
Las otras Integrantes del grupo son Antonia de los Ángeles quien vende frijoles cocidos, verduras además alquila cuarto desde hace 4 años, Fabiola del Carmen quien tiene una pulpería desde hace 1 año y Marvin quien vende frutas y verduras desde hace 15 años.
Previous Loan DetailsThe Campanario (Bell Tower) Group is comprised of three hardworking people, one of whom is Antonia N., 56 years old, who has been selling beans for three years. She spends her whole life working to earn enough money for each day, and thinks of herself as a hardworking woman who tries hard. The m... More from El Campanario Group's previous loan »
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Concurrent and Successive Loans
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