Fuente De La Esperanza Group
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A loan helped to buy firewood and corn for her tortilla business.
Fuente De La Esperanza Group's story
The members of "Fuente de la Esperanza" live in a rural area in the department of Suchitepéquez. Some of the group speak Maya K'iche' and Spanish, and others speak only Spanish. Their average education is about the fourth grade. They meet monthly to make loan payments and participate in educational sessions. The ladies learn about good business management practices for their businesses, selling chicken by the pound, tamales, pork, ceviche, snacks, hammocks, or crocheted bags. The sessions are a part of the "Microcredit Plus" program of loans, education, and healthcare services. Angelica shares that she enjoys learning about good customer service by implementing home delivery to develop more customers. She also likes learning how to develop more businesses.
From the women of "Fuente de la Esperanza", a huge “thank you” goes to each of you for supporting their business development!