A loan helped a member to purchase clothing and fruits for resale.


Villa San Miguel 2 Group's story

Jacquelin, a single mother of seven children, started her business seven years ago. When she saw that there was a need in her neighborhood and that she could generate income, she started selling clothing and produce. With this loan, she hopes to increase the capital for her work. She plans on buying fruit to resell and also more clothing options to offer her clients.

In addition to her financial loan, Jacquelin would like to participate in more classes and trainings to be better informed and prepared in her work. Her long term goal is to improve the quality of life for both her and her children.

Others in Jacquelin's group sell clothing, sell charcoal, and have convenience stores.

In this group: Grecia Belén, Jacquelin Isabel, Marisol Haydee, Mirna, Paola Soledad, Juana Elizabeth, Eugenia, Griselda Veronica, Maria Benita, Ursulina, Liz Ramona, Eulalio Diosnel, Haydee Belén, Liz Griselda, Andrea Yolanda, Maria José


This loan is special because:

It helps low income entrepreneurs access working capital and grow their businesses.



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