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El Cacique Group
In this Group: Isidra , Nemesia , Maria Cristina, Laura Cecilia, Maria Teresa, Alicia, Araceli, Yazmin, Belen , Elsa, Ma. Guadalupe, Alberta, Maria Gauadalupe*, Rosalba, Jannet, Patricia, Tatiana, Monica, Maria, Maria Guadalupe
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Update on El Cacique Group

Nemesia is 32 years old and a member of the El Cacique group. She says that they picked this name because there is a mountain near the place where they meet and it has that name. It’s also representative of its population.

She raises and sells avocados and that she began this business because she had a large parcel of land and also wanted to help her husband with the household expenses. She says that she goes out to sell in the local supply centers during the harvest season. She also says that she desperately needs to request a loan through Vision Fund (FRAC) in order to buy supplies to improve her avocado production, now that blight has his several of her trees. She needs this loan so that the fruit doesn’t fall, otherwise she will have losses instead of gains. She says that she will buy insecticides, organic fertilizers, and 30 more avocado plants to plant. She talks about increasing the size of her orchard and begin planning peaches now that she is doing good business. The other 19 members are Isidra, María Cristina, Laura Cecilia, María Teresa, Alicia, Araceli, Yazmin, Belén, Elsa, Ma Guadalupe, Alberta, María Guadalupe, Rosalba, Jannet, Patricia, Tatiana, Mónica, María and María Guadalupe Eziquio. They will invest their loans into supplies for raising avocados, different seasonal fruits to sell by the kilo, cattle feed to get better quality milk, buying chickens and feed, items to stock grocery stores, different type of clothing for ladies, and gentlemen.
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Nemesia tiene 32 años de edad y es parte del grupo El Cacique, dice que le pusieron ese nombre al grupo porque cerca de donde se juntan hay un cerro enorme que tiene ese nombre y es la representación de su población. Ella se dedica al cultivo y venta de aguacates ya que tiene una huerta de aproximadamente 80 árboles de aguacate, dice que emprendió ese negocio ya que tiene un terreno muy amplio y también para ayudarle a su esposo con los gastos del hogar. Dice que en temporada de cosecha ella sale a vender a la central de abastos de su población, ella dice que ahorita le urge pedir un crédito de Vison Fund (FRAC) para comprar insumos para mejorar la producción de sus aguacates, ya que ahorita varios de sus árboles se les pego una plaga y por eso necesita el crédito para que no se le caiga el fruto que ya tienen los arboles por que en vez de ganar tendrá perdidas. Dice que comprara insecticidas, calidra, abonos orgánicos y unas 30 plantas de aguacate para sembrar, platica que su meta es hacer su huerto más grande y también empezar a sembrar durazno ya que también se le hace un buen negocio. Las otras 19 integrantes se llaman Isidra, María Cristina, Laura Cecilia, María Teresa, Alicia, Araceli, Yazmin, Belén, Elsa, Ma Guadalupe, Alberta, María Guadalupe, Rosalba, Jannet, Patricia, Tatiana, Mónica, María y María Guadalupe Eziquio, ellas invertirán sus créditos en insumos para cultivo de aguacate, diferentes frutas de temporada para vender por kilo, fruta para venderla en cocteles, alimento para vacas para obtener leche de mejor calidad, en compra de pollos y alimento para estos para venderlos, artículos para surtir tienda de abarrotes, surtir diferente variedad de ropa para niños, damas y caballeros para su venta.

Previous Loan Details

María Guadalupe Mondragón Ángel belongs to the 'El Cacique' group. She says that the members gave the group this name because very close to their town there is a hill with this name so they decided to give the group the same name. Lupita, as she is known by her neighbors and acquaintances, is f... More from El Cacique Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

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About Mexico

  • $11,249
    Average annual income
  • 8
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $17,731,700
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 14.4
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of El Cacique Group's $6,250 loan helped a member to buy fertilizers and plants.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
May 17, 2012
Listed
Jun 5, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Oct 16, 2012