Total loan: $1,175

Mujeres En Marcha Group

Danli, El Paraiso, Honduras / Food

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A loan helped To buy bread, ground pork, lettuce, tomatoes, ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, oil, corn flour, poultry, pork, vegetables, olives, raisins, rice, and condiments.

Mujeres En Marcha Group's story

The Mujeres en Marcha group has three members who are very motivated to succeed in their business goals. Rosa is the group's coordinator; she is 42 years old, married, and has two children. She owns a food preparation business, specializing in nacatamales (a steamed meat and vegetable pasty, cooked in banana or maize leaves) and hamburgers. Part of this loan will be used to buy ingredients for her food products. Rosa has many customers because she is very careful about the cleanliness of her ingredients and preparation, and because her food is delicious. All three women know each other very well and are very responsible. The other members are named Blanca Lidia, age 54, and Maryuri Maribel, age 28. The income these women earn from their businesses are used to improve their families' quality of life.