A loan of $3,525 helped a member purchase merchandise & tools.

Flor De Naranjo Group's story

The “Flor de Naranjo” (Orange Blossom) Association is a group of women who are part of the “Juan Pablo II” Community Center, which has been in existence for 12 years. They have been brought together because they need operating capital to continue their business activities, improve their families’ incomes, and supplement their spouses’ earnings. They know that competition exists and are constantly improving so that they can keep up with the marketplace.

The members have different businesses such as selling clothes, groceries, vegetables, cosmetics, and stuffed animal toys. Others manufacture shoes and tapestries. They all need a loan in order to buy merchandise or tools (such as shoe trees) needed for their businesses.

In this group: Virginia, Juana, Teodora, Carola, Juana, Mery, Pamela*, Maria, Zoraida, Sandra, Patricia, Ana Isabel
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

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