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Cuauhtémoc Group's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!
A loan helped to buy merchandise to restock his store.
Cuauhtémoc Group's story
Raúl says he is requesting a loan from Vision Fund (FRAC) so that he can buy soap, sugar, milk, coffee, and eggs since he is not stocked with these items. He has not bought much because of the increase in prices, but he needs to have these products in stock since they are basic necessities in Mexico. He will also buy toilet paper, diapers, shampoo, toothpaste, instant soups, bleach, and other products. Raúl says that he buys all of his merchandise from different stores in his village. His goal is to return to having a well-stocked business because he wants to pass this family enterprise on to his nieces and nephews.
The other nine members of the group are Dulce María, Raquel, Zerafina, Erika Jazmín, María Guadalupe, María del Carmen, María Guadalupe, Noemi, and Rocío. They will invest their loans in their various businesses such as buying bread to sell from home, investing in women’s clothing to sell, investing in compost for growing chayote squash to sell, buying different types of perfumes to sell, investing in a public parking lot, buying plastic goods to sell, and selling cosmetics through catalogs.