A loan helped a member to buy merchandise like bread, flour, salami, cheese, soft drinks, juice, etc.

Gs Dios En Hoyo Del Toro 1 Group's story

María is known in her community for being a very obliging and hardworking woman. She's the mother of five children, her motivation for going out every day and putting her all into getting the daily bread.

María used to have a place where she sold parts, but in time she decided to change and set up a café to sell "yaniqueques" [Dominican-style johnnycakes], soft drinks, juice, chorizo, salami, sandwiches, cookies, and other things. María says it's going much better for her with this business and that she earns more income.

María finished high school but wasn't able to go to college, but this hasn't kept her from working and helping her family. María dreams of seeing her children become professionals and being able to have a better quality of life.

María needs your help to buy merchandise and stock her business.

Thank you for contributing to the Dios en Hoyo del Toro 1 solidarity group.

In this group: Maria, Catalina, Juana, Daisy, Angela

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall.

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It includes access to healthcare services and business and vocational training.

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