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La Garita Group
In this Group: Carolina, Rosa Linda, Clara, Liliana, Ma Socorro*, Rosa, Arizbeida, Silvia, Yessica*, María De Los Ángeles, M Natividad, Verónica, Elizabeth
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Update on La Garita Group

Veronica is 20 years old and is married to Florentino. They have a small son. She is part of the La Garita group and says the they chose this name because this is the name of the area where they live. She makes a living selling women's and children's clothing and says that she has had her business for more than two years. It it going very well for her because she sells almost all the clothing that she stocks.

She says that she is going to Mexico City where they give low prices so that she can earn something when she sells them. She says she began this business to help her husband with the household expenses and that her husband helps her to stock and sell the clothing to the wives of his acquaintances and friends.

She is requesting a loan to Vision Fund to continue investing in mallones and pants of mixed styles, blouses and small suits for children. She says that it will serve her well because in this way she will have her business very well stocked. The other 12 members of the group are Carolina, Rosa Linda, Clara, Liliana, Ma Socorro, Rosa, Arizbeida, Silvia, Yessica, Maria de los Angeles, M Natividad y Elizabeth. They will invest in their businesses selling shoes by catalog, clothing sales, seamstress material, a poultry shop, a nutritional club, a hosiery and sewing supply shop and in Mexican snacks.
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Verónica tiene 20 años de edad y esta casada con el señor Florentino ellos tienen un hijo pequeño, ella es parte del grupo La Garita y dice que le pusieron ese nombre porque así se llama la localidad donde vive, ella se dedica a la venta de ropa para dama y niños y dice que tiene con su negocio desde hace mas de dos años y que le va muy bien por que casi vende toda la ropa cada vez que surte, dice que ella va a la Ciudad de México donde le dan bajos precios para ella poderle ganar algo a la hora de venderlos, dice que emprendió este negocio para ayudarle a su esposo con los gastos del hogar y que se su esposo la ayuda a ir a surtir y a vender la ropa con las esposas de sus conocidos y amigos. Ella esta pidiendo un crédito a Vision Fund para seguir invirtiendo en mallones, pantalones de mezclilla. Blusas, trajecitos para niños etc. Dice que le servirá de mucho porque asi tendrá muy bien surtido su negocio. Las otras 12 personas del grupo se llaman Carolina, Rosa Linda, Clara, Liliana, Ma Socorro, Rosa, Arizbeida, Silvia, Yessica, María de los Ángeles, M Natividad y Elizabeth ellas invertirán en sus negocios de venta de zapatos por catalogo, por ropa para vender, material para sastrería, en una pollería, en un club nutricional, en una bonetería y mercería y en antojitos mexicanos.

Previous Loan Details

The majority of men in this country unfortunately work very hard jobs that are not well paid because they lack education because their parents could not afford to send them to school. This is the case of Mr. Abel. He is 44 years old and comes from a very pretty and picturesque town, where the... More from La Garita Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

Concurrent and Successive Loans

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This is a Group Loan

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 64
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $20,028,775
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.8
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of La Garita Group's $6,250 loan helped a member to buy clothing to sell.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Aug 30, 2012
Sep 21, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Jan 19, 2013