A loan helped a member to buy merchandise to sell, such as skirts, dresses, pants, shirts, curtains, etc.

Gs La Fe Group's story

Fedline is a Haitian immigrant who came to the Dominican Republic 21 years ago. She came with her mother in search of better living conditions. She only went to school until fifth grade, then grew up, got married, and had kids here.
The poor economic situation in Haiti causes the majority of its citizens to go to neighboring countries seeking better living conditions, as Fedline did.

Fedline has worked selling clothing for the past four years. Thanks to this business she earns enough to help support her family.

The lack of schooling leaves few job opportunities available for people like Fedline. For this reason, people like her have to start their own different types of businesses to be able to help support their families.

Fedline dreams of having her own house one day and seeing her business succeed.

Fedline needs your help to buy merchandise such as skirts, dresses, pants, shirts, curtains, etc.

Thank you for contributing to GS La Fe.

In this group: Fedline, Josiana, Mildred

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Katia Jonas.

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It includes access to healthcare services and business and vocational training.

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