Update on Estrellitas GroupGuadalupe is 28 years old and stayed in school up to high school level. She is married and has three children. Two of her children attend elementary school. Guadalupe is a member of the Estrellitas group.
Three years ago, Guadalupe started selling soft drinks from her home to her friends and neighbors. She works to support her husband and her family with this additional income. She needs a loan to invest in buying a variety of soft drinks.
Guadalupe hopes that this loan will help her business to thrive because she would like her children to continue attending school and would like to continue supporting her husband. She will be able to provide her family with a better life.
The other members of this group are: Ines, who sells meat; Zacarías, who sells groceries; Deysi, who sells clothing; Rosa María, who sells tacos; Gregoria, who sells footwear; María Rosa, who sells tortillas, and Teodora who sells snacks.
Hace tres años, Guadalupe comenzó a vender refrescos en su casa a sus amigos y vecinos. Ella trabaja para apoyar a su esposo ya su familia con este ingreso adicional. Ella necesita un préstamo para invertir en la compra de variedad de refrescos.
Guadalupe espera que este crédito le ayudará a que su negocio prospere porque ella desea que sus hijos siguen asistiendo a la escuela y para seguir apoyando a su marido. Ella será capaz de proporcionar una vida mejor a su familia.
Los demas integrantes del grupo son: Ines vanta de carne, Zacarías venta de abarrotes, Deysi venta de ropa, Rosa María venta de tacos, Gregoria venta de calzado, María Rosa venta de tortillas y Teodora venta de antojitos.
Previous Loan DetailsThe group Estrellitas (little stars) consists of nine people who are very hardworking and happy. They have been developing their businesses in order to earn a little extra money and be able to give their families a better quality of life. This group is located in the Cañera zone, 15 minutes from ... More from Estrellitas Group's previous loan »
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