Shalom 6 & 7 Group
Teolinda L. is the group representative. She has 4 children, including a 6-month-old baby. She is just 24 years old. She knows that she is mainly responsible for her children’s well being, and therefore wants to have an income-generating activity that would allow her to stay at home and take care of them. She sells clothing from her home. Since a lot of her customers cannot afford new clothes, she will also start selling used clothing she can purchase by bundle (she will buy one with this loan) that are still in optimal condition. This will open her business to potential new clients, which will increase her profits. In the near future, she would like to expand her house to have wider space to exhibit her merchandise.
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This is a Group Loan
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