Mano Amiga Group
Update on Mano Amiga GroupThis communal bank is formed by three successful and enterprising members. One of them, Mariela, is 37 years old, she has a partner and 2 children living with her. She has had a small grocery store operated from her home for four years. She will use the loan to purchase staple foods such as rice, kidney beans, sugar, oil, beef, chicken, dairy products, eggs, bread, bath soap, laundry soap, salt, etc.
The other members of the communal bank are Amparo, aged 69, who sells clothing and Anielka, 27 years old, who sells new clothes.
Previous Loan DetailsThis communal bank has 3 members who are each very enterprising. Mariela has had a store in her house for 3 years. She has a partner and 3 children, and with the income she generates from her business she contributes to the support of her family. She will invest this loan in the purchase of st... More from Mano Amiga Group's previous loan »
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