Armonia Ii Group
Update on Armonia Ii GroupThe “Armonía II” (Harmony II) group is composed of four hardworking, enterprising women. The group coordinator is Martha Lorena, 43, who has a grocery store; she also sells tortillas, vegetables and pork. She has five children four of which are minors aged 13, 10, 7 and 8 years who attend school and in their free time help her in the store.
She started the business 10 years ago making and selling pozol and tiste [traditional beverages made from cornmeal and cacao] and in time, thanks to her effort and loans, invested in other products like selling scrap metal. She will use the loan to buy products for the business, mainly basic grains. Her goal is to have a supermarket like a PALÍ mart.
The other group members are Claudia, 28, who has a tortilla shop and sells beans, cheese and firewood; Devora, who makes nacatamales [Nicaraguan style tamales] and Estela who sells meat and vegetables.
Este negocio lo inicio hace 10 años con la realización de pozol y tiste con el tiempo gracias a su esfuerzo y los préstamos fue invirtiendo en otros productos como la venta de chatarra. El crédito lo invertirá en productos para el negocio principalmente granos básicos y su meta es lograr tener un supermercado como el PALÍ.
Las otras integrantes son Claudia de 28 años quien tiene una tortillería y vende frijoles, cuajada y leña, Devora de 24 años realiza nacatamales, frijoles y tortilla; y Estela vende carne y verduras.
Previous Loan DetailsThe “Armonia (Harmony) II” Group is made up of 4 hard-working and enterprising women, one of whom is Martha Lorena, 46 years old, who is coordinator of the group. In the year 2000 she began selling pozol (a hominy and pork dish) and later, with her earnings and loans, she began to prepare tortill... More from Armonia Ii Group's previous loan »
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