A loan of $2,000 helped a member buying shirts, blouses, pants, and dresses.

Santa Librada Group's story

The group “Santa Librada” was formed by a group of neighbors from the Santa Librada neighborhood in the city of Villa Elisa.

All the women in the group have their own independent businesses, such as sales. The members have formed a very united group capable of realizing activities together. The majority of the members work in sales as colleagues. All the members of the committee are mothers who work in their respective fields with the goal of strengthening their household budgets and building their businesses in a sustainable manner.

Mrs. Florencia B. sells clothes for a living. She does so by traveling around the city. Because sales have not been that well from her home, she visits each customer to offer her products.

Here are the activities of each of the members:

1. Marilina G., sports pool/lottery sales
2. Florencia B., clothes sales
3. Visitacion M., clothes sales
4. Ana Rosa C., baking
5. Ramona R., cosmetics sales
6. Nolberta V., sports pool/lottery sales
7. Yenny R., sports pool/lottery sales
8. Limpia C., beverage sales
9. Reina L., snack sales
10. Aurora R., coupon sales
11. Nilza R., baking
12. Hilaria C., clothes sales
13. Sonia L., food sales
14. Maria P., coupon sales
15. Nilda V., fruit sales

In this group: Marilina, Frorencia, Visitación, Ana, Ramona, Nolberta, Yenny, Limpia, Reina, Aurora, Nilza, Hilaria, Sonia, Maria, Nilda

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lydia Brantley

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