Pioneras - 26 Group
Update on Pioneras - 26 GroupThe PIONERAS - 26 communal bank is made up of eight members: six women and two men. The president of the bank is Víctor who is 57 years old and has children who are already adults and independent. He makes his living making and selling break. His bakery is located in the Villa Dolores area, he is a long-standing customer of the bank, having taken out previous credits always to improve the business.
Víctor will use the loan to buy supplies such as flour, butter and yeast to make bakery goods. Víctor is a person who is keen to improve and is happy and grateful to the bank for the support given as this is the only activity which allows his to support himself and his family. He is also happy and grateful to the bank for the help given to his fellow group members.
Previous Loan DetailsThe PIONERAS – 26 entrepreneur bank is made up of eight members; seven ladies and one gentleman. Ruth is the president. She is 43 years old and has two children, ages 12 and 18. She sells paper goods, school supplies, books, etc. She sells a variety of products depending on the season. Her s... More from Pioneras - 26 Group's previous loan »
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