A loan of $2,625 helped a member to buy pants, creams, polo shirts, T-shirts and ponytail holders.

La Fe 1, 2 & 3 Group's story

Yaquelin is an experienced businesswoman who has been plying her traD. selling clothing (including pants, shirts and hair accessories) and beauty products for five years. Yaquelin is the group coordinator of the Banco D. Esperanza (Bank of Hope) L. Fe (The Faith) based in a small community of sugar cane cutters (called a batey) outsiD. L. Romana. Here she lives with her five children, ages 10, 8, 5, 3, and nine months. She is raising her children alone as a single mother. In this community, there is no access to electricity, running water or trash pickup.

Yaquelin's plan with this loan is to increase her stock by purchasing more merchandise at a better price. This is her third loan with Esperanza, and both she and the organization are confident in her abilities as an entrepreneur.

In this group: Yaquelin, Ameritese, Marie, Mercedes, Moise, Lavila, Juana, Maria, Marina, Yesenia, Fusinel, Diana, Margarita, Marcienne, Clodia

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