A loan helped a member to invest in basic grains to stock her store.

7 Esquina Group's story

The 7 Esquina association is a group of 8 borrowers who live in Masaya, Nicaragua and characterize themselves by their responsibility and solidarity. They struggle to achieve their goals and to support each other for their personal growth and that of their business, such as tailoring, a general store, the sale of used clothing and cosmetics, the sale of dairy products, and event designer.

Wendy Leonor (seated in front with glasses), 48 years old, is the spotlighted borrower. She is married with 3 children, of whom 2 are now independent and the youngest is still school-aged. For 15 years she has worked for herself. With the requested loan, she will invest in the purchase of products for her general store. She dreams of continuing to strengthen her business to provide a professional education to her last child.

In this group: Jose Nicolas , Nohelia Veronica , Ulises De Jesus , Evelin Del Socorro , Germania Bexaida , Mayra Del Carmen , Wendy Leonor , Mercedes Del Carmen

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Wendy Harris.

This loan is special because:

It empowers women through community support and financial training.

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