Total loan: $1,125

Monte Nuevo Group

San Lorenzo, Valle, Honduras / Retail

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A loan helped to buy beef, chicken, vegetables, soft drinks, corn, firewood, water, butter, oil, beans, rice, sugar, toilet paper, candles and sanitary towels.

Monte Nuevo Group's story

The Monte Nuevo community bank is made up of three women who work in sales. They have known each other and worked together as a group for several years. Here we will provide details about their different business activities: Candida M. M. is 58 years old. She is a single mother and has two children. Her business is selling food from a stall which is located at the main entrance to Nacaome, alongside El Amigo tire shop. Candida is a helpful and hard-working woman. In her business she sells tacos, enchiladas, chicken, sliced plantain, potatoes, soft drinks, water, etc. She will use her loan to buy supplies that she needs for making her food. Now that Semana Santa (Holy Week) is starting, she has a lot of sales. She needs the profits from her business to get her two children ahead in life. Ana Bessy E. is 28 years old. She has two children and her business is selling groceries. She has a small grocery store where she sells products including butter, toothpaste, eggs, soap, soft drinks, meat, dairy products and cold meats. Ana is an enterprising woman and she is also noted for being kind. She is well known by the people in her neighborhood and is very popular with her neighbors in the market. Ana will use her loan to buy groceries wholesale so that she can stock her business. Cinthia Carolina E. is 21 years old and has one child. She has been selling tortillas for two years. She sells her tortillas to small restaurants, high schools, elementary schools and other institutions. Cinthia is an attentive, kind and hard-working woman. She will use her loan to buy the supplies she needs to make her tortillas. Cinthia has the help of her husband. He is a construction worker. The goal of these women is to provide their children with a better quality of life.