A loan of $2,600 helped a member purchase canned goods, candy, oil, shortbread cookies, and other items.

Prosperidad Group's story

This existing committee is named “Prosperidad” (Prosperity) and in its tenth loan cycle as part of the Committee of Enterprising Women Program. The group consists of active women who commit to working together and helping one another in any situation.

One of the members of this group is Georgina F.. She is 46 years old and has four children. Georgina sells merchandise that she brings with her from the city of Clorinda, Argentina. She travels several times a month so that she can bring back the goods that have been ordered by her customers. These products include canned goods, candy, mayonnaise, dairy products, oil, and other non-perishable products that can be sold in large quantities.

Georgina is currently happy with her business since it has helped her family have a better life. She is requesting a loan to buy canned goods, candy, oil, shortbread cookies, and other items.

In this group: Georgina, Lucia, Blanca, Gloria, Antonia, Gladis, Jenny, Isabel, Noelia, Liza, Victorina, Zunilda, Alba, Clarise, Alice, Diana
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

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