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El Moralito Group
In this Group: Juana Guadalupe, Rosa Isela, Maria Felicitas, Oliva, Ana Laura, Ana Lilia, Beatriz, Pablo, María Virginia, María Elena

Update on El Moralito Group

Ana Laura is 30 years old. She says her favorite pastime is to go for a run in the afternoons to relive a bit of the stress of going from place to place. She belongs to a group called el Moralito and says that they chose this name because it is the name of the neighborhood where they live and meet. she tells us that she sells underwear such as men’s' socks, ankle socks, boys' and girls' socks, thongs, ladies' panties, men’s' boxers, etc. She has had this business for over 2 years and her sales have been very good. She has customers who place wholesale orders since she gets her stock in Mexico City at the factories where the clothes are made and she gets a better price. She says that every 15 days she goes to purchase additional stock, since she also makes sales at a small stand she has at a market near her neighborhood on Sundays. She is requesting this loan to purchase more stock and she also wants to set up a larger stand on Thursdays when there is a local market, in order to increase earnings. She tells us that her dream is to set up a stable business so that she can spend more time with her 3 children, who are all in primary school. The other 9 members of the group are Juana Guadalupe, Rosa Isela, Maria Felicitas, Oliva, Ana Lilia, María Virginia, Beatriz, Pablo and María Elena. They will invest in their business selling cosmetics and perfumes, in buying women’s and men's clothing for sale, in ingredients for a bakery, in different brands and styles of shoes for sale by catalogue, to stock up on fried foods, candy, ingredients to make hot cakes, filled churros to sell at fairs, toys to sell at fairs, and ingredients to make hamburgers and hot dogs.
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Ana Laura tiene 30 años de edad, dice que su pasatiempo favorito es irse a correr por las tardes para quitar un poco el estrés de andar de un lugar a otro. Ella pertenece al grupo llamado el Moralito y dice que le pusieron ese nombre porque así se llama la colonia donde viven y donde se reúnen, ella platica que se dedica a la venta de ropa interior como calcetines para caballero, tines, tobilleras, calcetas para niña y niño, tangas, pantaletas para dama, bóxer para caballero etc. Dice que tiene con su negocio desde hace mas de 2 años y que le va muy bien en las ventas ya que tiene sus clientes que le hacen pedidos por mayoreo ya que ella se va a surtir a la ciudad de México a las fabricas donde los hacen y ahí le dan un mejor precio, dice que cada 15 días va a surtirse ya que también tiene un pequeño puesto en un tianguis que ponen cerca de su colonia los domingos y ahí va a vender. Dice que está pidiendo un crédito para poder comprar un poco mas ya que también quiere poner un puesto más grande los días jueves que es cuando es el tianguis de la población y así obtener un poco mas de ganancias. Dice que ella tiene un sueño que es el poner un negocio estable para así estar mas al pendiente de sus hijos los cuales son 3 y estudian dos en la primaria. Los otros nueve integrantes del grupo se llaman Juana Guadalupe, Rosa Isela, Maria Felicitas, Oliva, Ana Lilia, María Virginia, Beatriz, Pablo y María Elena ellos invertirán en sus negocios de cosméticos y perfumería para vender, en ropa para dama y caballero para su venta, en insumos para panadería, en zapatos de diferentes marcas y modelos para venta por catalogo, para surtir frituras, dulces, insumos para elaborar hot cakes, churros rellenos para vender en ferias, jugeuetes para vender en puesto de ferias, insumos para hacer hamburguesas, hot dog.

Previous Loan Details

Doña Beatriz, age 37, leads a group called El Moralito. Their neighbourhood is called El Moral, and to identify themselves easily, all the mmbers decided to call the group El Moralito. Beatriz is very happy to have such a hardworking group: there have been no problems with repayments, and they al... More from El Moralito 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
  • 58
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $20,015,475
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.9
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of El Moralito Group's $5,750 loan helped a member to purchase underwear such as men's socks, ankle socks, girls' and boys' socks, thongs, ladies' panties, mens' boxers, etc.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Sep 28, 2012
Oct 14, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Feb 19, 2013