Las Rosadas 3 & 6 Group
Marie is an entrepreneur also involved in clothing and bedding sales, and other miscellaneous items. She has been involved in her micro-business for 2 years. She uses her profits to send her children to school. Regarding how she makes ends meet, Marie says "you can't just sit around and do nothing! Come up with something to do!"
These women describe their neighborhood as "forgotten." Their community, they say feels an economic "crisis" at hand. As Haitian immigrants, these women say they are very aware of the limited opportunities available to them. For many in their situation, university education will remain out of reach. Marie reflects that through microlending, she has achieved some important gains in her life. In particular, she was able to save money to visit her family in Haiti for the first time in nine years. This, she says, is very important to her.
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