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

Maria Cristina is 45 years old and belongs to a group called El Cacique. She says they gave this name to the group because they live close to a hill which name is El Cacique and they are very proud to live there, because from that hill, there's a spectacular view, since it's very high.

She is dedicated to breeding cows to sell their milk. She says her husband taught her to milk the cows, and she has had this business for over 25 years. She says that from the early hours in the day, she and her husband get up to milk the cows to sell the milk fresh. They sell from 25 to 30 liters a day, depending on the milk they get from the cows. They go out to sell to their customers door to door in different towns.

She says she is applying for a loan to Visión Fund to buy food, vaccines, and antiparasitics to have the cows in good condition. She has eight cows and wants to have them in good condition so the milk is of quality. She is very happy to be working with Visión Fund, because the payments aren't that hard. The project she has in mind is to set a small grocery store, so she will be more devoted to her youngest son and also will help him with homework.

The other 21 members of this group are Isidra, Nemesia, Laura Cecilia, Maria Teresa, Alicia, Araceli, Alejandra, Yazmin, Belen, Elsa, Ma. Guadalupe, Rosalinda, Alberta, María Guadalupe, Rosalba, Jannet, Patricia, Tatiana, Mónica, María Guadalupe y Elisenia. They will invest their loans in activities such as buying and selling seasonal fruit, a poultry that sells chicken by kilos, items to stock a grocery store, supplies to make Mexican food to sell, and women, men and children clothing to sell locally.
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Doña Maria Cristina tiene 45 años de edad y pertenece al grupo llamado El Cacique, dice que le pusieron ese nombre al grupo por que donde viven al pie de un cerro que se llama así el Cacique y están orgullosas de vivir en su lugar ya que de ese cerro tiene una espectacular vista ya que es muy alto. Ella se dedica a la cría de vacas para después vender la leche dice que su esposo fue que le enseño a ordeñar las vacas y que tiene con este negocio desde hace mas de 25 años. Dice que desde muy temprana hora del día se levantan ella y su esposo a ordeñar las vacas para vender leche fresca, a diario venden de 25 a 30 litros dependiendo como las vacas den de leche y salen a vender a sus clientes y casa por casa en diferentes localidades. Platica que ella está pidiendo un crédito a Visión Fund para la compra de alimento, vacunas, desparacitantes para tener en buenas condiciones a sus vacas ya que son 8 y tiene que tenerlas en buenas condiciones para que den leche de calidad. Ella está muy contenta de trabajar con visión fund porque dice que los pagos no se le han hecho pesados, el proyecto que tiene en mente es poner una tiendita de abarrotes para estar así mas al pendiente de su hijo el menor y también para ayudarle con las tareas. Las otras 21 integrantes del grupo se llaman Isidra, Nemesia, Laura Cecilia, Maria Teresa, Alicia, Araceli, Alejandra, Yazmin, Belen, Elsa, Ma. Guadalupe, Rosalinda, Alberta, María Guadalupe, Rosalba, Jannet, Patricia, Tatiana, Mónica, María Guadalupe y Elisenia ellas invertirán sus créditos en la mayoría se dedican a la compra y venta de fruta de temporada, en una pollería para vender pollo por kilo, artículos para surtir tienda de abarrotes, insumos para hace antojitos mexicanos para vender, surtir ropa para dama, caballeros y niños para vender en su localidad.

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
  • 4
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $17,800,925
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.9
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of El Cacique Group's $7,725 loan helped a member to buy food, vaccines, and antiparasitics to have the cows in good condition so they have milk of better quality to sell.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Sep 14, 2012
Listed
Sep 25, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Feb 19, 2013