A loan of $1,750 helped a member to buy bracelets, necklaces and rings.


Unidos Para Progresar Group 1's story

Miguelina D. L. S. is a 29-year-old single mother of three children, ages 9, 7 and 4. With her first loan she opened her own store selling jewelry and for the past three years it has been growing. She says her store has been successful because she has a lot of young women as customers who like the style of jewelry she sells. With this loan she will buy more bracelets, necklaces and rings from the nearby town of San Pedro to sell in her store.


Miguelina has successfully completed five loan cycles and is excited at the possibility of increasing her business even more. With her past loans, Miguelina has been able to keep her children well fed and healthy. Her dream is to one day own her own house and make enough money to send her children to college. With this loan she will be one step closer to achieving her dreams.


Miguelina is the leader of the group Unidos Para Progresar 1 (Progressing Together) which takes out microloans as a group in Hato Mayor, Dominican Republic. On behalf of Miguelina and everyone in the Unidos Para Progresar group, thank you for the opportunities you proviD. to the people who need them most!

In this group: Miguelina, Monica, Altagracia, Colombia, Mecedes


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