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La Capillita Group
In this Group: Noelia , Maria Dolores , Maria Del Carmen , Jorge Alberto , Angel , Isabel , Proceso , Flor Mireya *, Jorge , Mayra
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From the road of the community, different landscapes can be seen, all of them consist of the hills surrounding the place, you also have a nice view of the peak of Orizaba, the highest volcano in Mexico, as well as the hills surrounding the community.

La Capillita [The Little Chapel] is a group made up of 10 people who reside in the town. 100% is sugarcane where the majority of the residents work in the production, cutting and other aspects related to this product. Likewise people plant and grow food for consumption, in this way they earn income and meet certain needs. The name of the group was decided by the members because in front of the house where they have their meetings is a chapel. The members and their professions are:

Noelia- Traditional Food Sales, María- Traditional Food Sales, María Del Carmen- Clothing Sales, Jorge Alberto- Silver Sales, Isabel- Food Sales, Proceso- Clothing Sales, Flor- Silver Sales, Jorge- Drink Sales, Mayra- Sweet Sales y Ángel- Grocery Sales.

"Thanks to VisionFund México, I have launched my own business" comments Angel who is a very charismatic and happy gentleman, who has been selling staple products for consumption for two years, which helped him modify part of his house. His wife helps him by serving at the store, thanks to that Angel recently began selling fish. He explains that he hopes to purchase equipment needed to raise mojarra [a type of fish common in the area] and sell it, so their profits would increase.

With the approved loan he will buy: oil, sugar, rice, beans, soup, bread, cookies, tuna, mayonnaise, bleach, floor cleaner, chillies, eggs, ham, cheese, etc.
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Desde la carretera de la comunidad se aprecian distintos paisajes, todos ellos constituidos por los cerros que rodean el lugar, de igual manera se tiene una vista agradable del pico de Orizaba, el volcán más alto de México, así como de los cerros que rodean la comunidad.

La Capillita es un grupo integrado por 10 personas las cuales radican en una localidad 100% cañera donde la mayoría de sus habitantes se dedican a la producción, corte y demás actividades relacionadas con este producto. De igual manera las personas siembran y cultivan alimentos para el consumo, de esta manera obtienen ingresos y satisfacen algunas necesidades. El nombre del grupo lo decidieron todos los integrantes debido a que frente a la casa donde se hacen las reuniones hay una capilla. Los integrantes y sus actividades son:

Noelia- Venta De Antojitos, María- Venta De Antojitos, María Del Carmen- Venta de Ropa, Jorge Alberto- Venta de Plata, Isabel- Venta de Comida, Proceso- Venta de Ropa, Flor- Venta de Plata, Jorge-Venta de Refrescos, Mayra- Venta de Dulces y Ángel- Venta de abarrotes.

"Gracias a VisionFund México" he emprendido mi propio negocio" comenta don Angel quien es un señor muy carismático y alegre, quien desde hace ya 2 años se ha dedicado a la venta productos básicos de consumo para lo cuál modificó parte de su casa. Su esposa lo apoya atendiendo la tienda debido a que recientemente don Ángel también comenzó a vender pescado. Explica que espera poder comprar el equipo necesario para criar mojarra él mismo y venderla, de esta manera sus ganancias incrementarían. Con el préstamo otorgado comprará: aceite, azúcar, arroz, frijoles,sopa, pan, galletas, atún, mayonesa, cloro, limpiador para pisos,chiles, huevos, jamón, queso, etc.

Additional Information

This is a Group Loan

In a group loan, each member of the group receives an individual loan but is part of a larger group of individuals. The group is there to provide support to the members and to provide a system of peer pressure, but groups may or may not be formally bound by a group guarantee. In cases where there is a group guarantee, members of the group are responsible for paying back the loans of their fellow group members in the case of delinquency or default.

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About Mexico

  • $11,249
    Average annual income
  • 6
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $17,809,100
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.9
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD
Ended with Loss - Currency Exchange Loss learn more
A portion of La Capillita Group's $4,500 loan helped a member to buy oil, sugar, rice, beans, soup, bread, cookies, tuna, mayonnaise, chlorine, floor cleaner, chillies, eggs, ham, cheese, etc.
99% repaid
Repayment Term
7 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Jul 18, 2014
Listed
Aug 3, 2014
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jan 17, 2015