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Matamoros Group
In this Group: Marisol, Berenice , Narcisa , Ignacia Yolanda , Ysidra, Aeropajita, Rosa Aurora, Rosa , Domingo , Nelly

Update on Matamoros Group

52-year old Narcisa is single and has only primary education. She is one of the members of the Matamoros group. Ever since she was a young girl she has been in business selling a little of everything to make a living. She notes, 'I have never been afraid of work. I don't like having nothing to do, and I'm always looking for ways to earn money.'

Currently Narcisa sells Mexican food, clothing, and perfume. The snacks she makes daily in her house according to the orders she has from the previous day, and then delivers them. She works as a cook in a small local restaurant so can use the opportunity to sell clothing and perfume to her work mates and customers. In the afternoons she sells the products door to door and as she is well known, this sometimes results in orders too. Narcisa is a very enterprising woman with a great desire to get ahead.

A loan from Kiva and VisionFund will help her buy a variety of perfumes, clothing (shirts, blouses, t-shirts, pants, dresses, shorts, skirts, underwear) as well as oil, beans, tortillas, mayo, cheese, lettuce, chicken, beef, chilies, potatoes, onion, tomatoes, and garlic-- the ingredients for the dishes she makes.

Narcisa hopes that her business will continue to prosper so she can improve her standard of living.

The other members of the group are:
Marisol (soft drink sales)
Berenice (beauty salon)
Ignacio (food sales)
Ysidra (corner store)
Aeropajita (lingerie sales)
Rosa Aurora (food sales)
Domingo (footwear sales)
Nelly (seamstress)
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Narcisa tiene la edad de 52 años, solo estudio la primaria y está soltera, ella es otro de los integrantes del grupo Matamoros.
Ella platica que desde muy pequeña aprendió a trabajar para salir adelante y durante 24 años se ha dedicado al comercio vendiendo de todo un poco para ganarse la vida ella dijo “yo nunca le he tenido miedo al trabajo y no me gusta estar sin hacer nada siempre busco la manera de hacer mis ventas para ganar mi dinero”
Ella actualmente se dedica a la venta de antojitos mexicanos, ropa y perfumería, sus ventas de antojitos las hace a diario desde su hogar, un día antes levanta pedidos y al siguiente sala a entregarlos, ella trabaja como cocinera en un pequeño restauran de su comunidad y ahí aprovecha para ofrecer con sus compañeras de trabajo y clientes su ropa y perfumería, también por la tardes sale a ofrecer sus productos casa por casa y como ya es conocida en ocasiones le hacen pedidos y ella los surte, Narcisa es una mujer muy emprendedora y con muchas ganas de salir adelante.
Un crédito de Kiva y VisionFund le ayudará a comprar variedad de perfumes, ropa (camisa, blusas, playeras, pantalones, vestidos, short, faldas y ropa interior) y aceite, frijoles, tortillas, crema, queso, lechuga, carne de pollo y res, chiles, papas, cebollas, tomates y ajos para la preparación de sus antojitos.

Ella espera que su negocio continúe progresando y así mejorar su calidad de vida.
Los demás integrantes del grupo son:

Marisol venta de refrescos,
Berenice estética,
Ignacia venta de comida,
Ysidra venta de abarrotes,
Aeropajita venta de lencería,
Rosa Aurora venta de comida,
Rosa venta de refrescos,
Domingo venta de calzado,
Nelly sastrería.

Previous Loan Details

Ysidra is a very happy and enterprising woman who decided to open her own grocery store where she works to earn her own money and help her husband with household costs. She says she likes this store because it’s not a seasonal business so she can sell all year round. Her grocery store is set up i... More from Matamoros Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

Concurrent and Successive Loans

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This is a Group Loan

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 95
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $19,574,250
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 13.1
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Matamoros Group's $3,675 loan helped a member buy perfume, clothing, and ingredients for the Mexican food she makes.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Oct 31, 2013
Nov 13, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Mar 17, 2014