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Barrio El Riito Group
In this Group: Luisa , Maria Del Pilar , Antonia , Elodia , Maria Teresa, Maria Guadalupe, Herlinda, Ma Tomasa, Juana

Update on Barrio El Riito Group

The "Barrio el Riito" Group is made up of very responsible and hard-working women. It is the first time they're in this group and working with the institution (VisionFund Mexico), and they have chosen their group name because they are located close to a small river with crystal clear water that the community drinks from.

Doña Luisa is a very hard-working 41-year-old woman who is married to José; together they have formed a family with five children who are in school. Doña Luisa is her group representative and has been working with the institution for three loan cycles, in which she has requested loans to buy more sheep. This time, she is not sure how many sheep she will buy because she also needs to buy their feed, since even though she lets them graze in the afternoons sometimes that's not enough. She has been raising sheep for the last six years so that she can help out with household expenses, since for Doña Luisa it is very important for her children to study and become professionally accomplished; her goal is for her children to have a better quality of life. Doña Luisa's challenge is that she lacks money to fix her sheep pen so that they don't get sick very often, since if they get sick they could die and that would mean a loss of income. Doña Luisa is very happy with the loan she received from the institution, just like the other group members: Doña Juana, Guadalupe, Eteresa and Elodia will buy more chickens, while Doña Pilar, Tomasa and Antonia are requesting their loans to buy more sheep, and Doña Herlinda will restock her small grocery store.
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El grupo "Barrio el Riito" esta conformado por mujeres las cuales son muy trabajadoras y responsables es la primera vez que estan en el grupo y trabajando con la institución, el nombre del grupo lo han elegido porque se encuentran cerca de un río pequeño que tiene agua cristalina agua que la comunidad aprovecha para beber. Doña Luisa es una mujer muy trabajadora es una mujer de 41 años de edad, está casada con el señor Jose y juntos han formado una familia con cinco niños que asisten a la escuela, Doña Luisa es la representante del grupo lleva trabajando con la institución tres ciclos en los que ha solicitado el crédito para comprar mas borregos esta vez no sabe cuantos va a comprar porque también tendrá que comprar pastura para los mismos, ya que platica que aunque saca a pastarlos por las tardes a veces no es suficiente. Doña Luisa desde hace 6 años tienen experiencia con la crianza de los borregos para poder ayudar a su esposo con los gastos del hogar ya que para Doña Luisa es muy importante que sus hijos estudien y se realicen profesionalmente por lo que paltica que esa es su meta lograr que sus hijos tengan una mejor calidad de vida, aunque su dificultad de Doña Luisa es la falta de dinero para arreglar el corral de sus borregos para que no enfermen con frecuencia porque si los borregos de Doña Luisa enferman pueden llegar a morir lo que representaría en Doña Luisa es una pérdida de ganancia. Aunque Doña Luisa esta muy contentas por el préstamo otorgado por la institución al igual que los otros integrantes del grupo como Doña Juana, Guadalupe, Teresa y Elodia podrán comprar mas pollos, mientras que Doña Pilar, Tomasa y Antonia están solicitando el crédito para comprar mas borregos y finalmente Doña Herlinda podrá abastecer su tienda de abarrotes.

Previous Loan Details

The group "Barrio El Riito" consists of seven hardworking and responsible women who are working together as a group with Fundación Realidad for the first time. They chose the name for their group because they live near a small river that provides crystal-clear drinking water for the community. ... More from Barrio El Riito Group's previous loan »

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 12
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $18,789,925
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.9
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Barrio El Riito Group's $4,050 loan helped a member to buy canned goods, milk, bread, eggs, and other products.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Nov 21, 2012
Listed
Dec 4, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Apr 18, 2013