5 De Junio Group
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5 De Junio Group's story
The rest of the group works in different business activities such as grocery sales in shops in the neighborhood, sales of books and school supplies, backpacks, clothing, blankets, and vegetables, and making articles of clothing. The loans are destined for the purchase of basic materials such as fabrics, threads, seasonal merchandise, and tools to do better work, which can be translated into a better income for the sustenance of their homes.
As for experience, the members are familiar with how community banks work thanks to loans from institutions like Fundación Agrocapital, which offers them economic support so that they continue growing. In the photo, two of the members wanted to pose with their husbands.
Translated from Spanish by Pam McMurry, Kiva Volunteer