Total loan: $4,200

Aguilas De Nejapa Group

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Managua, MN, Nicaragua / Retail

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A loan helped to buy several pigs, to make nacatamales, and to buy bales of better quality clothing and hangers to display in the store.

Aguilas De Nejapa Group's story

The Aguilas de Nejapa group has participated in 8 loan cycles. The group is made up of 12 clients, with perfumery businesses, fast food sales, cosmetics, gym products, school tours, meat sales, clothing, ice cream, and shoes sales. The well-organized members attend their paid meetings and provide support to each other with a joint guarantee if necessary. A new loan will allow investment of working capital with the start of the school season.

Yolanda de los Angeles (second from left, wearing green shorts and a black shirt) is an active woman. She likes to work as a team and strives to make things go well. Her husband is a forklift operator and they have 2 children. Prosperity in her business is her goal.

She needs a loan to buy several pigs, make nacatamales, and buy bales of better quality clothing and hangers to display in her store. "My living conditions have changed, I am my own boss, I manage my money and my time," she emphasizes. With the proceeds from the loan, Yolanda will continue to administer the medicines on time for her son who has a special condition. COVID-19 has made her innovate in order to continue with the business that she used to have 100% face-to-face.