A loan helped a member to buy rice, beans, sugar, cleaning products, dairy products, meats, juices, snacks, etc.


G.s Mujeres En Acción # 4 Group's story

Erlinda, 64, is married and has 4 children. She lives with her husband in the municipality of Yoro. For 19 years, she has worked selling basic staples, such as sugar, rice, oil, beans, meats, snacks, soft drinks, etc. She runs this business in her home, and it is her primary source of income. Previously, she worked as a homemaker. She wants to stock her business, and she is requesting a group loan to buy rice, beans, sugar, cleaning products, dairy products, meats, juices, snacks, etc. With it, she hopes to increase her business sales and thus her income. Her goal is to grow her business, increase her sales, and give her family a better standard of living.

The group is called G.S Mujeres de Acción # 4 and it is made up of three women who are in the same business and live in the same area. They are requesting a group loan amount of 40,000 Lempiras to buy basic staples. In the photo, from left to right, are Erlinda, María and Ledy.

In this group: Erlinda , Ledy Seneyda, María Avenicia

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Laura Kanost.


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