A loan of $1,225 helped a member to invest in new clothing to renew her inventory.


Apostolico - Group 1's story

Amancia E. lives with her husband. Her children, who range in age from 23 to 40, no longer live with her or support her financially. She started selling clothes in her area in order to generate some income. She will start her sixth loan cycle with Esperanza International. The other group members not only appointed her to be the group coordinator because she is the eldest, but also because she is an example of hard work and diligence.

Amancia will use her loan to purchase some new, fresh summer clothing to sell, including women's apparel, in anticipation of Mother's Day. She hopes her business will continue succeeding as it has thanks to her five previous loans. She would also like to set up a space in her house or in a market where she can sell her merchandise without becoming exhausted.

Please help us to continue supporting Amancia and her friends with this Kiva loan. Thank you!

In this group: Amancia, Maribel , Alexandra, Maria, Yedelin
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