A loan of $3,600 helped a member working capital.

Dios Te Ama Group's story

The Dios Te Ama Communal Bank, represented by Ms. Sandra, is comprised of 15 group members who are currently in their first loan cycle. They are very enthusiastic about working together to help move their small businesses forward. Some members sell things like American clothing, bread, sausages, empanadas, and beverages. Other members work in public transportation, welding, or as employees in public companies. The group members know how to get ahead in business so that they can give their families their daily bread. This loan will be used to make their businesses grow by purchasing merchandise, supplies, spare parts, and the tools they need to provide service. Regarding their experience with solidarity groups, most of the group members have already dealt with similar microfinance institutes, but none of those institutes have given them the support and trust that this foundation has, allowing them to make progress with their plans to grow and provide their families with a better quality of life.

In this group: Sandra, Vivian, Lourdes Yaminne, Yamir Gabriela, Juan Jose, Fanny, Pedro Luis, Jose Luis, Nancy, Juan Alejandro, Leidy, Alejandra, Domitila, Martha, Alberto

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Elizabeth Casian

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