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La Buchicata Group
In this Group: Rufa, Jacinto , Tomasa Leonor, Florida Martha , Norma Elena , Maribel , María De La Paz, Tereza *, Rosa María *, Elizabeth , Sarai , Gladis Alicia
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Update on La Buchicata Group

Gladis Alicia, who makes a living selling food, is a new person who became part of this group.

This group's representative is María de la Paz, a happy, nice, hardworking, and above all, very humble, woman. Ms. Mari, as she is better known, tells us that she has been making a living selling bread, cheese, meat enchiladas, butchered chicken, and farm eggs for ten years. She tells us that what she likes most about her business is attending to people and giving them the gift of a smile to make their lives happier. Ms. Mari says that formerly she used to sell grocery merchandise but for health reasons had to leave the city and close her grocery shop. When she returned she began to sell eggs, meat enchiladas, and cheese. With her earnings she bought a chicken to sell. She sells chicken in her home: she takes a table out in the corridor and sits down to sell.

She asked for a loan to buy more chicken to sell since she considers it to be a good business. Also, she's going to invest it in the purchase of grocery merchandise since she would like to open her store again.

She is thankful for the foundation for the support they give to all the hardworking, humble women.
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En este grupo se integró una nueva persona es la señora Gladis Alicia quien se dedica a la venta de comida.
La representante de este grupo es la señora María de la Paz, una señora alegre amable, trabajadora y sobre todo muy humilde.
Doña Mari como mejor la conocen nos dice que se dedica a la venta de pan, queso, carne enchilada, pollo destazado y huevos de granja desde hace diez años. Nos dice que lo que más le gusta de su negocio es atender a las personas y regalarles una sonrisa y alegrarles la vida. Doña Mari cuenta que anteriormente vendía mercancía de abarrotes pero por cuestiones de salud tuvo que salir de la ciudad y cerró su tienda de abarrotes, pero cuando regreso empezó a vender huevos, carne enchilada y queso; con las ganancias compró pollo para la venta. Ella vende los pollos en su casa: saca una mesa en el corredor y se sienta a vender.
Pidió el crédito para la compra de más pollos para la venta ya que considera que es un buen negocio, también lo va invertir para la compra de mercancía de abarrotes ya que desea abrir su tienda una vez más.
Le da las gracias a fundacion por el apoyo que les da a todas las mujeres trabajadoras y humildes.

Previous Loan Details

This group is called 'La Buchicata'. It has 11 members. They are all hard-working people who, since they were very young, have known what it means to earn their daily bread and earn the love of their families through hard work. The group's representative is Jacinto, who is better known as Don ... More from La Buchicata Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

Concurrent and Successive Loans

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 14
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $18,764,650
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 13.8
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of La Buchicata Group's $5,600 loan helped a member to buy chicken and grocery merchandise to sell.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
5 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
May 8, 2012
Listed
Jun 4, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Sep 29, 2012