Nuevo Horizonte Group
Update on Nuevo Horizonte GroupLourdes is another one of the members of the "Nuevo Horizonte" ("New Horizon") communal bank. She's 44 years old and married to Miguel, who works in farming. Over four years ago, she started selling butchered chickens from her home in order to earn a little extra money for her household expenses and for improving her living conditions. She also reports that she has always wanted to open a small grocery store in her house, since there aren't any stores nearby and it would be a good business. She has requested this loan so she could use it to purchase chickens and groceries (cookies, soap, beans, cooking oil, soup, candy, refreshments, rice, milk and canned goods) in order to get her business started. Lourdes hopes that her business will gain customers and sell high, so that her small store may grow on a daily basis.
The other members of the communal bank are Carmen, who sells crafts; Hilda, who sells food; Virginia, who sells food; Gregorio, who's a carpenter; Adriana, who sells clothing; and Hermelinda, who sells food.
los demas integrantes del grupo son:
Carmen venta de manualidades
Hilda venta de comida
virgina veta de comida
Adriana venta de ropa
Hermelinda venta de comida
Previous Loan DetailsThe group "Nuevo Horizonte" (New Horizon) is located in the community of Zona Urbana Ejidal and consists of 10 members: • Hilda sells food. • Lourdes sells chickens. • Hosanna sells meat. • Virginia sells Mexican street food. • Gregorio operates a carpentry shop. • Jesica sells shoes. • Fi... More from Nuevo Horizonte Group's previous loan »
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