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Total loan: $2,075

Josue 1.9 Group

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Villa Lobos II, Villa Nueva, Guatemala, Guatemala / Retail

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A loan helped to buy cosmetics to sell.


Josue 1.9 Group's story

Joshua 1.9 communal bank

Aura is married and is the mother of five children. The business in which she works is the sale of cosmetics and Tupperware. Being the mother of five children, it has fallen to her to raise her children. She is experiencing very difficult family situations, since her father died and days later, her brother. But Aura has been a very hard-working and very responsible woman who has worked with the FAPE foundation for four loan cycles, and in spite of her family problems, she has not been behind on any payment.

She is applying to refinance her loan to be able to buy merchandise and thus stock her business of cosmetics and Tupperware.

Aura's dream is to have her children graduate from a university program and thus have a better way of life.