A loan of $925 helped a member to purchase summer clothing to sell.

Guerreros Para Cristo 4 Group's story

The members of this group of five micro-entrepreneurs live in a small sugarcane settlement called Batey Guerrero. It is a small "neighborhood" only three streets long. During the cutting season, some people, specially male workers, work the fields and generate some kind of income. However, during the off-season employment in the batey is almost nonexistent and people don't have money to purchase the merchandise offered by those self-employed.

Luis B. is this group's representative. He sells clothing for a living. In most cases it's better for him to go to La Romana or other large towns to sell on market days. He will use this second loan he's receiving from Esperanza to buy fresher clothes to sell during the summer months. His dream is to have his own large boutique and own a house where he can live with his family.

In this group: Luis, Mayra, Amelia, Anita, Maria

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