Total loan: $775

Ticomo Group

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Managua, MN, Nicaragua / Food

Ticomo Group's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped to buy corn, eggs, cheese, yeast, and firewood.

Ticomo Group's story

Ticomo is a group of three successful women entrepreneurs who have gotten ahead thanks to good business management. The group is coordinated by Martha, a 41-year-old widow and mother of four children who are 15, 13, 10, and 8 years old. Her business is selling donuts, which has been going very well for her as her sales increased.

She is requesting her second cycle of funding from Kiva to buy corn, eggs, cheese, yeast, and firewood. One of her goals is to expand and strengthen her business. With her previous loan she remodeled her home and paid for her eldest daughter's education.

The second member is Gloria who is 47 years old and makes a living selling fried food, and the third member is Vaneza who is 29 years old and runs a grocery store.