Total loan: $1,175

El Triunfo 3 Group

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Choluteca, Choluteca, Honduras / Retail

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A loan helped To buy beans, rice, sugar, corn, tortillas, flour, butter, oil, cereal, soft drinks, paper, coloured paper, glue, pumps, paper decorations, colours, bookmarks, artificial flowers, plastic bags, fruit, artificial flavourings.

El Triunfo 3 Group's story

The 'El Triunfo 3' group is located in the La Libertad neighbourhood of the El Triunfo community, Choluteca. Its members are three very hard-working women who really want to succeed. The different activities they are involved in to earn a living are described below: Ada Teresa H. sells everyday consumer goods and has been running her grocery shop for several years. Teresa is a mother of 4 children who all go to the local school. Teresa gets up at 4am to serve her customers, as the area she lives in is very productive. Teresa and her husband work hard to provide for their family. In her spare time, she goes to church and breeds chickens. She will use the loan to buy more stock for her grocery business. Young Vanyi M. has been making garlands and piñatas for 5 years. She learned the skill from her mother, who now helps her to make the piñatas. Vanyi has just got married and together she and her husband are working hard to buy their own home, as they currently live with her mother. In her spare time, she studies because she also attends university. She will use the loan to buy more materials with which to make her garlands and piñatas. Elsania A. is a young entrepreneur who has her own business selling soft drinks and twisted candy from her home. Elsania lives with her mother, who helps herto sell her products. Elsania gets up at 5am to make her produce and get it ready for the rest of the day. She sells the most on Sundays. She goes to church in her spare time. She will use her loan to buy soft drinks and materials for making her twisted candy.

Translated from Spanish by Kate Stansfield, Kiva Volunteer