A loan of $4,175 helped a member merchandise, vehicle repair, and home improvement.

Las Valientes Group's story

The “Las Valientes” group is represented by Mrs. Zoila Rosario and composed of 12 members. Each member has his or her own business. These include clothing sales, shoe sales, candy sales, photocopier service, hair salon, and taxi service.

The large majority of the members are very hardworking people trying to achieve success for their small businesses. The competition in the marketplace is high, and they need their earnings to maintain their homes, as most are supporting a family.

This loan will be used for the purchase of merchandise and the repair of vehicles used as public transport. Some members will also use loan money to improve their homes to provide a better quality of life for their families.

This is the first loan for this group, but several members have had individual loans so they know how to fulfill their obligations. They wish to advance their small businesses and offer a better quality of life for their families.

In this group: Zoila Rosario, Jose, Carla Ibeth, Yubitsa Anahi, Lizeth, Antonio, Josefina Yanet, Nelly, Katerine, Aldo Vico, Juana Agustina, Milton Henry

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer jeff hersk

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