A loan of $3,250 helped a member capital for operations.

Progreso Okinawa Group's story

The characteristics of “Progrsso Okinawa” group are that they are people who want to move their families forward though work and dedication to their businesses. They are hard workers as demonstrated by Señora Ignacia that sells Patasca, a typical product in Santa Cruz. The rest of the members sell bread, juice and food. Others are dedicated to bricklaying and domestic help. The competition with respect to their businesses is intense so they have to work hard so they can move ahead with their businesses.

The credit will be used in the acquisition of raw materials, consumables and tools to make products in less time and with better efficiency and quality to offer in the market. Despite the fact that this is their first loan cycle, they already have experience with solidarity groups thanks to credit from other institutions similar to Fundación Agrocapital. They are appreciative of your confidence and economic support that helps them to accomplish their goals and raise their income helping provide a better education for their children and a better quality of life for their families.

In this group: Ignacia, Yeny, Eusebia, Victor, Guadalupe, Elsa, Maria Cristina, Dalcy, Olga, Concepcion, Natividad, Eduarda, Dely, Martha, Carmen, Tito

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