Divino Niño Group
Isabel is a single mother with five children—three boys and two girls. She is 31 years old. She has a small variety shop in her house and also sells clothing for every age and gender. Her business helps her to send her children to school. Three years ago she began her business with the sale of ice cream treats, soda pop, Jell-o, and bottled water. She tells us that, at the request of people in her neighborhood, she was encouraged to buy staple products (rice, sugar, oil, bread) and open a grocery store. With the passing of time, she added the variety shop that she works to this day. This helps her to cover the expenses of her family in terms of healthcare, education, and food. Through her business, she has been able to get her own house.
Isabel is considered to be an enterprising and dynamic woman. She is happy with her business because her customers are from her neighborhood and the nearby neighborhoods.
In the future, she wants to have more merchandise and be able to update her shop to serve more customers.
Los 11 integrantes del grupo “DIVINO NIÑO” tienen negocios diferentes y varios viven en Palma Real (frontera limítrofe con Colombia)
ISABEL. Se considera una mujer emprendedora y dinámica. Se siente contenta con su negocio porque sus clientes son del mismo barrio y de barrios cercanos.
En un futuro. Desea tener más mercadería y poder adecuar su local para atender a más clientes.
More information about this loan
This loan is part of VisionFund Ecuador's effort to reach vulnerable populations located along Ecuador’s frontier with Colombia. This region generally lacks access to financial services and is populated by many Colombian refugees seeking asylum from guerrilla warfare. This loan is designed to help these vulnerable populations improve their lives and set up sustainable businesses.
About VisionFund EcuadorVisionFund Ecuador is a microenterprise development fund that supports groups of entrepreneurs who lack access to formal financial systems. The organization works with vulnerable populations, especially women, in the marginalized urban and rural sectors of Ecuador. Its clients work in a variety of sectors including agriculture, artisan crafts and the commercial and service sectors. Kiva lenders’ funds are used to expand the organization’s services to the poor living in more rural parts of Ecuador.
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