A loan helped a member to buy and sell typical clothing.

Grupo Pacanal Sector "b" Escuela Group's story

Saqueo is a twenty-five year old father of a beautiful family of three children. He lives with them in a hamlet of the Pacanal.

To generate an income and help his family get ahead, he makes traditional clothing. He has been in this business for about three years. He sells on one of the main streets of his community. To improve his earnings, he also produces leaves for wrapping tamales.

With the goal of growing his business and supplying all of his customers better, he is requesting a loan. He will invest it in the purchase of goods for traditional clothing. The greatest hope of his life is to improve his economic earnings.

In this group: Saqueo, Antonio, Pascuala, Antonia

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Rhonda Sarnoff.

This loan is special because:

It targets low-income borrowers who can't access typical microfinance loans.

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