A loan of $2,300 helped a member to buy oranges, bananas, mangoes, and mamón.

Mayita Group's story

The solidarity group Mayita is made up of four women entrepreneurs who want to get ahead in their businesses and offer their families a better financial life.

The coordinator is Hilaria who is 49 years old, married, with four children under her care who are 13, and 8 years old and twins who are 11 years old. She works selling fruits and vegetables and her husband is the one who helps her financially. She is requesting a Kiva loan to buy oranges, bananas, mangos, mamón [melicoccus bijugatus] jocote [spondias purpurea] and watermelons.

Her goal is to continue to enlarge her business. With the profits from the last loan she was able to buy two sets of plastic chairs and a load of stones.

Her partners are Ana, 25 years old who is dedicated to the sale of fruits, 53-year-old Aura who sells various products, and 38-year-old Petrona who sells spices.

In this group: Aura Del Socorro, Petrona, Hilaria Del Socorro, Ana Yanci

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Gail LeGrand

This loan is special because:

It includes access to emergency credit, should the borrower need it.

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