A loan of $2,850 helped a member to replenish stock in business.


Mujeres De Fe Group's story

Josefina F. is a group coordinator for the larger group called “Mujeres D. Fe,” which means Women of Faith in English. Josefina owns a business selling clothing and undergarments in her community. With her first loan, Josefina is planning on restocking her business with clothing and is excited about the opportunity. She first heard about Esperanza from her sister-in-law who invited her to join, saying that Esperanza was a great opportunity. She wants this loan to make herself and her business more independent and to have a better future.

Josefina and her husband, Silverio G., have two sons ages 3 and 6. Josefina and Silverio hope that their children grow up to be well-educated in both school and in their Christian faith and that they follow the path God chooses for them. Josefina’s dreams for her business incluD. developing it, and continuing forward along with having her own building for her business. She hopes that the extra money generated from this loan will help her make some improvements on her house. Pictured with Josefina F. is their loan officer and the office loan representative.

On behalf of Josefina F., Mujeres D. Fe, and Esperanza International, thank you for your contribution and effort to fight the global issue of poverty!

In this group: Josefina, Geronima, Altagracia, Daniela, Delfia, Viviana, Petronila, Dionisia, Yesenia, Teofila*, Maxima, Yasmeiry, Leonarda, Carolina, Amarilis
*not pictured


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