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Granada Group
In this Group: Maria Altagracia, Eulalia, Maria Severania, Ofelia, Isidro, Yolanda, Blanca Estela

Update on Granada Group

The communal bank “La Granada” comprises several women and one man from the small, peaceful town of Dolores Hidalgo. The members are united and have been responsible in their dealings with the institution. Though one of the members, María Altagracia, is 80, she works very hard. She is a widow and the mother of 12 grown children. For 60 years, she has been raising chickens and turkeys, a trade she learned from her mother. She makes traditional skirts, which are part of her community's culture, and she sells detergent.

Altagracia travels to the city to buy merchandise to sell in her town, but she prepares the detergent herself with the chlorine she buys. She has applied for a loan to buy chlorine, which she will use to make detergent. Neighbors come to Altagracia's house to buy both chlorine and detergent. She says she used to sell linens in other towns, but, at her age, it's hard to travel. She says she doesn't face any particular problems in her businesses. She does her work enthusiastically to keep her long-time customers and to have some income to pay her household expenses. She lives alone.

Altagracia's single dream is to keep working and keep the businesses she enjoys going. She is very grateful to Kiva and Vision Fund for the funding that has helped the members, Eulalia, Blanca Estela, María Severiana, Isidro, and Yolanda, grow their businesses. They will use this loan to raise animals such as chickens, turkeys, and pigs. Ofelia has a small grocery store.
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El grupo “La Granada” está conformado por mujeres y un hombre es un grupo que pertenece a la comunidad de Dolores Hidalgo una comunidad muy pequeña y tranquila. Los integrantes siempre han sido muy unidos y responsables con la institución. Doña María Altagracia es integrante del grupo es mujer mayor con 80 años de edad sin embargo tiene muchas fuerzas a todo ella es mujer viuda tuvo 12 hijos de los cuales todos ya son independientes, Ella se dedica a la crianza de pollos y guajolotes para venderlos, por 60 años he ha dedicado a dicha actividad que aprendió de su mamá, también se dedica la elaboración de fajas tradicionales son prendas culturales de la comunidad donde ella vive, otra de sus actividades es la venta de detergente. Doña Altagracia viaja al municipio para surtirse de producto para después venderlo en su comunidad sin embargo ella misma se encarga de preparar el cloro lo único que compra y para eso está solicitando su crédito es para adquirir clorito es una sustancia el cual utiliza Doña Altagracia para preparar la sustancia. Sus vecinas llegan a la casa de Doña Altagracia para comprarle detergente y cloro. Platica que anteriormente se dedicaba a la venta de productos de mercería vendía en otros municipios sin embrago ahora con su edad ya no puede desplazarse con facilidad, Comenta no presentar ninguna dificultad en sus actividades las realiza con tanto esmero para no perder sus clientes de tantos años y así obtener algo de ganancias para solventar sus gastos. Ella vive sola, el único sueño de Doña Altagracia es seguir trabajando y no abandonar lo que tanto le gusta sus negocios. Los integrantes como Doña Altagracia están muy agradecidos con KIVA y VisionFund porque gracias a los créditos han podido acrecentar sus negocios Doña Eulalia, Blanca Estela, María Severiana, Isidro y Doña Yolanda su crédito lo utilizaran criar y engorada animales como pollos guajolotes, pollos y cerdos, Doña Ofelia en una pequeña tienda de abarrotes.

Previous Loan Details

The “La Granada” group has five female and one male members. This group is in the community of Dolores Hidalgo. It is a very small and quiet community. The group has always been very united and responsible with the institution. Elda is the group’s representative. She is 34 years old and has lived… More from Granada Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

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About Mexico

  • $11,249
    Average annual income
  • 6
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $17,358,450
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 13.4
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Granada Group's $3,450 loan helped a member to buy chickens and turkeys, as well as chlorine.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
5 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Aug 7, 2013
Listed
Sep 9, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Dec 17, 2013