A loan helped a member to buy school supplies to sell in order to expand her business activities.


Virgen De Guadalupe I Group's story

Alieta is 20 years old and single. (In the photo, she's the third person.). She has a business of preparing and selling snacks and desserts. Alieta prepares the food at home and then sells her products in different neighborhoods of the city as a traveling vendor. She has been in this business for three years.

Alieta previously obtained a loan for making desserts. This enabled her to prepare her products. She currently wants to expand her business activities and take advantage of the start of classes. Alieta plans to invest her loan in the purchase of school supplies because she intends to sell them in order to take advantage of her trips as a traveling vendor, especially when she visits educational establishments. Through this business activity, she plans to improve her income so that she can cover her personal expenses.

Alieta and the other members of her group want to improve their quality of life, grow on a personal level, and improve financially.

In this group: Marisol, Claudia Rossio, Alfredo, Macaria, Lidia, Katty Blanca, Prisca, Alieta, Araseli

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica.


This loan is special because:

It empowers women through group lending.



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