A loan of $775 helped a member chicken, vegetables, fruit and soft drinks.

La Superación 3 Group's story

Ana P. (second from right) and four other members of La Superación are all seeking their very first loan with Esperanza. Living on a hill just outsiD. of Samaná, Dominican Republic, Ana is anxious to start her very first business venture with this loan. She plans to start a store which sells various sorts of food and drink, including chicken, vegetables, fruit and soft drinks.

Ana currently lives with her parents in a cramped home, with her two small children and another young cousin. Looking into the future, Ana is hoping to proviD. for her children as they grow – they are currently just 2 years old and 8 months. Currently planning on selling her wares from home, Ana seeks to one day have her own little store. A home for her children, while still a goal some time in the future, is something she is already dreaming about.

I urge you to consider loaning to Ana and the others in her solidarity group. All five of them have inspiring stories which have led them to take out their very first microloans. It would be wonderful if you were to support these first-time entrepreneurs, discovering how to do business in the Dominican Republic.

For a list of all other Esperanza loans currently waiting for funding on Kiva, click on the following link: Currently Fundraising Esperanza Loans.

Muchas gracias!

In this group: Ana, Zulema, Yovana, Maria, Germania

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