A loan of $4,675 helped a member working capital.

Rosas Blancas Group's story

The “Rosas Blancas” (White Roses) group begins its third cycle working with the institution. In this cycle there are 12 members, the majority of whom sell used clothing. This type of business requires constant capital to acquire merchandise by the bundle to then sell. Other members sew athletic clothing for the schools and sports stores. Other members sell food, beverages, table cloths and cosmetics via catalog. The business competition is fierce but the members know how to be successful thanks to their years of experience taking care of their customers. The financing will be used in each of their areas, buying items for those that sell used clothing and materials and consumables to help increase their sales in order to provide their families a better quality of life.

In this group: Wilfredo Israel, Rolando, Indira Edith*, Rosario, Dora Maxima, Pelagia, Amparo*, Wendy Odalis, Maria Del Carmen, Janeth, Mary Marcela, Giovanna
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Cindy Kendall

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