A loan of $1,150 helped a member meat and bones.

Las Azucenas Group's story

In the photo are María U., Ana María C., Dielka T. and Consuelo Gaitán. The faceshot is of Alba G..

The Azucenas group is made up of five entrepreneurial female workers with initiative. One of them is María del Socorro U. C., the group coordinator. This 23-year-old youth began selling tortillas, a Nicaraguan staple. Today she sells meat and bones.

The other group members are 52-year-old Consuelo Gaitán who has had a tortilla shop for the last two years, Dielka María T. who has a bakery and a tortilla shop, Ana María C. who also earns her daily bread making tortillas (the preferred staple of Nicaraguan homes) and 25-year-old Alba Lidia G. Gaitán who has been selling food for two years in the free-trade zone of Masaya.

They will invest the loan in their respective businesses in order to continue growing and expanding them. In addition, they are very thankful for the loan opportunities and capacity building that Adim provides them, which they find excellent, since they allow them to better administer their businesses.

In this group: María Del Socorro , Alba Lidia, Consuelo De Jesús , Ana María , Dielka María

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jacqueline Demeranville

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