El Buen Samaritano Group
Update on El Buen Samaritano GroupThe group "El Buen Samaritano" (The Good Samaritan) consists of eight responsible and hardworking members.
Reyna is 34 years old, married, and has one child. She has been making knitted items such as sweaters, scarves, mittens, blankets, and other accessories for more than a year. With her previous loan, Reyna was able to buy her fourth sewing machine. She is very happy each time her business improves.
Her latest loan request will be used to buy her fifth sewing machine. Reyna's wish is to become independent, but at the moment she is working with her sister.
The group "El Buen Samaritano" would like to thank those who made this loan possible. Reyna is standing on the right side, wearing a lilac-colored shirt and a turquoise sweater. The smaller photo in the left-hand corner is that of Irma, who was not able to arrive on time because of her work.
Previous Loan DetailsReyna is a member of the "El Buen Samaritano" (The Good Samaritan) group, which is made up of 8 hardworking, caring women who work in various fields. Reyna is 34 years old, is married, and has 1 young son. Desiring to get ahead, Reyna started her own business, which currently involves sewing… More from El Buen Samaritano Group's previous loan »
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Concurrent and Successive Loans
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