A loan helped a member to buy corn on the cob, fava beans, ullucos, carrots, peas, and beans.

Forever Group's story

Ligia is 31 years old and married. She has 4 children: Jonathan (17 years old), Paul (15), Daniel (9), and Mateo (4). They go to school in the mornings.

Her husband is a construction worker, and they both work in order to support their family. 20 years ago, she decided to start selling vegetables in the area. With this investment, she has been able to make monthly account payments. The benefit is making the most of her time and setting aside more time to spend with her family.

Ligia is known for being kind, patient, respectful, humble, and above all for attending to her customers well. With her family's support, she has been empowered to continue maintaining the business.

She needs to buy corn on the cob, fava beans, ullucos [root vegetables similar to potatoes], carrots, peas, and beans. With these vegetables, she will be able to continue forward with her business. She will obtain more income and cover her basic expenses.

Her goals are to expand the business, and to educate her children so that in the future, their families' living conditions can be improved.

In this group: Nancy Guadalupe, Wilson Remigio, Ligia Elena, Lady Vaneza, Maria Yomaira, Francia Elena, Jenny Fernanda, Betty Soraya

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Maria Stanislawski.

This loan is special because:

It aims to reach vulnerable refugee populations in an isolated region.

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