Madre Teresa De Calcuta Group
Update on Madre Teresa De Calcuta GroupThe "Madre Teresa de Calcuta" communal bank is comprised of five members who are in their second cycle. Raquel, 47, is separated and has three children, two of whom are dependent. In the hopes of improving her economic situation, which supports her household expenses, Raquel started her business three years ago. She makes buffets for events such as baptisms, weddings, and birthdays.
Her current loan will be used to buy supplies such as rice, sugar, milk, and flour so she can make her food. She hopes to improve her business. The "Madre Teresa de Calcuta" communal bank is grateful to the people who make this loan possible. In the photo, Raquel is the first one on the right, wearing a flowered blouse and black pants.
Previous Loan DetailsThe new communal bank “Madre Teresa De Calcuta” is made up of 6 members who are enthusiastic about starting to work together. Liliana, 40, is married and has 5 school-aged children. She currently has a business selling pizza, which she's had for more than 6 months. She started up the business ... More from Madre Teresa De Calcuta Group's previous loan »
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Concurrent and Successive Loans
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