A loan helped a member to purchase flour, oil, meat, eggs, cracker meal, etc.

Mujeres Emprendedoras Group's story

The group called Mujeres Emprendedoras [Enterprising Women] is made up of hard-working, enterprising women. They are in their fifth cycle of the women’s committee program, striving for a better quality of life for their families.

One of the members is Cinthia, who in spite of her problem of being deaf-mute, never gives up and works as a domestic employee at a family home in the area. Her specific job in the house is to milk the cows to then sell the milk.

She is enthusiastic about the opportunity that the foundation is giving her to access loans to invest in personal projects that she has. One of her projects is to make and sell fast food to generate income and help her family with the household expenses.

Cinthia wants to purchase flour, oil, meat, eggs, cracker meal, etc. She is a person who is very responsible with her commitments.

In this group: Ulvina, Lucina, Francisca, Isabel, Cinthia, Mirian, Anselma, Juana, Maria, Gricelda, Carmen, Celia, Celia, Silvina, Agustina, Luciana, Olga, Felisa

Translated from Spanish.

This loan is special because:

It encourages disabled entrepreneurs to start their own business.

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