A loan of $2,650 helped a member buy bulk merchandise to re-sell.

Sucrenses Group's story

The Sucrenses group is made up of ten women and two men who live in Sucre, Bolivia. Most of the group members are mothers. The group is involved with various businesses and is very entrepreneurial. On average, the members have five years of experience in their respective businesses: Magali, Shirley, and Mariela sell cosmetics, Maria Luisa and Jhonny work in transportation, Johnny repairs cell phones, Jhonatan has a neighborhood store, Jovana sells prepared meals, Virginia sells vegetables, and Mirna and Angelica sell party favors.

Most of the group members will use their loans to buy more merchandise to sell, and thus increase their income. Most of them did not have access to credit before they joined this group.

In this group: Magali, Johnny, Jhonny, Maria Luisa, Angelica, Mirna Eugenia*, Shirley Vanesa*, Jhonatan Mariano, Lizeth Jovanna, Victoria, Mariela Magda, Virginia Andrea
*not pictured

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