Las Activas Del Sector C Group
Update on Las Activas Del Sector C GroupBetty is 54 years old, she has four children and belongs to the Las Activas Del Sector C group.
For a two year period of duration, she has had an independent business selling groceries, condiments, soft drinks, etc, where she works 6 hours a day and tells us that it's going very well and she serves 40 customers a day. Apart from this she also makes packets for minerals. She is requesting this loan to invest in purchasing soft drinks, spices and groceries in general.
She feels happy with having obtained the loan and she thanks the KIVA investors for the help and asks that they continue supporting the desire to improve themselves for the people who need it.
Que tiene un periodo de duración de dos años, tiene un negocio independiente de venta de abarrotes, condimentos, golosinas, etc, al cual le dedica 6 horas diarias y nos cuenta que le va muy bien y atiende 40 clientes al día, aparte de esto fabrica sobres para minerales, solicito el préstamo para invertir en la compra de golosinas, especerías y abarrotes en general. Se siente muy contenta de haber obtenido el préstamo y agradece a los inversionistas de KIVA por el apoyo y pide sigan apoyando el deseo de superación de la gente que lo necesita.
Previous Loan DetailsSoledad is a single mother of two children, one of whom is still in school. She lives with her mother and her young daughter. Soledad has worked since she was very young, thanks to her mother who taught her to get ahead and defend herself against the adversities of life. Soledad has worked for fo... More from Las Activas Del Sector C Group's previous loan »
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