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Chibaty Group
In this Group: Maria Leucadia, Amelia, Irma, Maria Crisanta, Margarita, Ausencia

Update on Chibaty Group

Margarita is 44 and is from a very picturesque community where the majority of the residents make Ocoshal [woven pine fiber] handcrafts. Margarita tells us that a friend invited her to take out a loan in order to improve her avocado trees; this friend saw her trees and said "These trees are in very bad shape; you need to fertilize them in order to have a good harvest". Margarita replied "The truth is that right now I don't have much capital to invest, and everything I would need to keep them in better shape is very expensive". It was then that her friend invited her to form part of her group, called Chibaty, where they were taking out a loan to improve their businesses. Margarita decided to join because she wanted to improve her trees and thus help her husband to improve their living conditions. She says that she has 58 trees that are already 4 years old, and that they have not yielded much fruit because she has not been able to provide optimal maintenance. When it is harvest time, she goes to the central supply centre of a nearby village and sells her fruit in small bags; her harvest is not very large. She says that she hopes that, with this loan, she will be able to buy everything her trees need, such as fertilizers, manure, insecticides, and Calidra-brand lime. She says that she is grateful to Vision Fund because they will provide this loan. It will be of great use to her and she will benefit greatly. The other five group members are called María Leucadia, Amelia, Irma, María Crisanta, and Ausencia. They will invest in supplies for the cultivation of avocado and for the purchase of materials for making Ocoshal [woven pine fiber] handcrafts.
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Margarita tiene 44 años de edad ella es originaria de una comunidad muy pintoresca y donde la mayoría de las personas se dedican a la elaboración de artesanía en ocoshal. Platica que a ella la invito una amiga a sacar un crédito para mejorar sus árboles de aguacate ya que su amiga los vio y le dijo “Mago esos aguacates están en muy mal estado necesitas echarle abono para que tengas buena cosechas", a la cual ella respondió "la verdad es que ahorita no tengo mucho capital para invertirle y todo está muy caro para mantenerlo en mejores condiciones", fue entonces que su amiga la invito a formar parte de su grupo llamado Chibaty donde le hacían un crédito para mejorar sus negocios es por eso que ella decidió entrar porque quiere mejorar sus árboles para poder obtener mejores ganancias y así ayudar a su esposo a mejorar sus condiciones de vida. Dice que tiene 58 árboles que ya tienen 4 años y que no han dado mucho fruto porque no ha podido darles un mantenimiento óptimo pero que cuando es tiempo de cosecha ella sale a la central de abastos de una población cercana y ahí los vende por bolsitas ya que no es mucha la cosecha que saca. Dice que ella espera que con este crédito poder comprar lo necesario para sus árboles como fertilizantes, abonos orgánicos, insecticidas, calidra para que estén en mejores condiciones, dice que esta agradecida con Visión Fund porque le hará el crédito ya que le servirá de mucho y lo aprovechara muy bien. Las otras cinco integrantes del grupo se llaman María Leucadia, Amelia, Irma, María Crisanta, Ausencia ella invertirán en insumos para el cultivo de aguacate y para comprar material para hacer artesanías en ocoshal.

Previous Loan Details

Amelia is 59 years old and is a very hardworking woman who wants to improve her quality of life. She lives in a very beautiful and picturesque community that is surrounded by pine-covered hills; the pine trees provide Amelia with a source of raw material for the Ocoshal [woven pine fiber] crafts... More from Chibaty Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

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About Mexico

  • $11,249
    Average annual income
  • 26
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $18,324,475
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.8
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Chibaty Group's $3,700 loan helped a member to buy organic fertilizer, insecticides, fertilizers, and Calidra-brand lime.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
9 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Dec 13, 2012
Listed
Jan 3, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Aug 17, 2013