Estrella De Luz Group
Update on Estrella De Luz GroupThe 'Estrella de Luz' group is made up of three hard-working, entrepreneurial people. The group coordinator is 64-year-old Marlene who has been selling used clothing, snacks, ice and iced treats for approximately six years. This cheerful lady has eight children, two of whom help her in her business. She mentions that, thanks to the loans she has received, she has been able to use her profits to make improvements to her home. She would currently like to invest in setting up a food sales business which she will run on weekends.
The other members of this group are 33-year-old Zeneyda, who has run an eatery for several years, and Heyling, who set up an eatery one year ago.
Actualmente ella desea invertir en la poner una venta de comida los fines de semana.
Las otras integrantes son Zeneyda de 33 años la cual tiene una comideria desde hace varios años y Heyling quien hace un año inicio una comideria.
Previous Loan DetailsThe group “Estrella de Luz” (Star of Light) consists of three hardworking and enterprising individuals. One of them is Marlene, who has been selling new and used clothing, trinkets, yogurt, and food for approximately eight years. She will invest her loan in each one of her businesses, but prima... More from Estrella De Luz Group's previous loan »
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