Celeste * 26 Group
Update on Celeste * 26 GroupThe entrepreneurship group Celeste*26 is made up of 10 members: 9 women and one man. The president of the group is Cinthya. She is 30 and has two children. Her job is selling clothing. She sells hosiery. Her stall can be found in the area of Tembladerani. Cinthya wakes up at early hours of the morning to sell her wares. With the money from the loan, Cinthya will buy merchandise at wholesale to stock her stall. Cinthya is a responsible and hard working person who is thankful to the institution for the economic support provided so she can have a better quality of life and keep moving forward for the wellbeing of her family.
Previous Loan DetailsThe enterprise bank Celeste 26 is comprised of 8 members, 6 women and 2 men. The president of the bank is 42 year old Teresa who has 2 children who are 18 and 20 years old. Her business is selling chinaware and cooking utensils. She sells from her stall in the busy market called "16th of July". T... More from Celeste * 26 Group's previous loan »
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