A loan of $3,550 helped a member buy fabric, ingredients for food, cosmetics, and cleaning products.

La Esperanza Group's story

The group is currently in their eleventh loan cycle. Let’s talk about Carmen Cáceres. She is 35, and she has three children. She sells cleaning products in the neighborhood stores in Lambaré. She also sells to bathroom locations and other nearby locations. She does this in the afternoons, and she returns home when it gets dark.

She is a great and brave person because she fights day to day to get her children ahead. She is a single mother.

She longs to have her own location. That way she could manage the household expenses and the educational expenses for her two children.

She is like the other members who also work daily at activities like:

Griselda T..Sells Notions
Arminda A..Recycles
Silvia A..Sells Coal
Mara luz C..Sells Food
Cynthia A..Sells Clothes
Gladys T..Sells Fruit
Antonia T.. Sells Food
Isabel Gonzalez.Sells Empanadas
Ramona R..Sells Clothes
Florentina B..Stylist
Andrea R..Stylist
Clara S..Sells Sports Lottery Tickets
Carmen C..Sells Cleaning Products
Rocio Gonzalez.Sells Avon
Jessica Agüero.Sells Lingerie
Yolanda S..Sells Cakes
Mercedes Castiglione.Sells Clothes

In this group: Griselda, Arminda, Silvia, Mara, Cinthia, Gladiz, Antonia, Isabel, Ramona, Florentina, Andrea, Clara, Carmen, Rocio, Jessica, Yolanda, Mercedes

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish

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