Armonia Ii Group
Update on Armonia Ii GroupThis group is composed of three hard-working members. Martha is 48 years old and is a single mother with five children ages 24, 12, 5, 7 and 22. They help her with the sale of wood and coal in bulk in the different markets of the capital. She also sells tortillas from her home. She makes and sells pozole (a type of hominy soup), and she has a small store. She has been making tortillas for 10 years and with that have come diverse business activities. She will invest her loan in the purchase of corn, beans, wood, coal, basics grains like rice, sugar, and oil etc. Another group member, Débora, makes and sells tortillas and makes tamales on the weekends. Claudia, the third member, sells cooked beans, wood, and curds.
Previous Loan DetailsThe “Armonía II” (Harmony II) group is composed of four hardworking, enterprising women. The group coordinator is Martha Lorena, 43, who has a grocery store; she also sells tortillas, vegetables and pork. She has five children four of which are minors aged 13, 10, 7 and 8 years who attend schoo... More from Armonia Ii Group's previous loan »
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