A loan of $1,575 helped a member to purchase clothing, leather for shoemaking, milk, sugar, herbs, flour, breads, other ingredients, and drinks.

Onondivepa Group's story

The Onondivepa group was formed after the members of another group in the same region talked to their neighbors about the group, Mujeres Emprendedoras. They decided to get together with their neighbors of that group. They will use their loan to fund various forms of purchasing, such as: purchase of ingredients for the production of food; to purchase milk and sugar, herbs, flour, salt, bread products and vegetables for resale; to purchase clothing, and drinks; to purchase leather for shoemaking, etc.

Among their members is Juana A. and her business is clothing sales. She sells her clothing by traveling to various parts of the city sometimes three times per week. She sells her products this way and she manages to bring home some income to the home. All of the other women in the group travel hard to see their success.

In this group: Juana Dolores, Sandra Elizabeth, Myrian Elizabeth, Yenny, Eddy, Maria Felicita, Elisa Belen, Rosa Aurora, Herminia, Sonia Elizabeth, Bernarda, Francisca, Vidalia, Sixta Dora, Laura

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