A loan of $1,150 helped a member store.


Mujeres Bienaventuradas Group's story

The “Mujeres Bienaventuras” (Good Luck Women) Communal Bank is comprised of very talented and tenacious people. One of them, the person is charge of the group, is Vilma G.. She has a small tortilla shop in her house. She has two workers who help her so that her business grows. Her husband also helps her. They do not have young children. All of their children are adults who continue putting forth effort to be able to make their dreams and goals come true.

Eva Kelita has a store and four children. Her husband also helps her to be able to invest in her business. Her goal is to continue growing and to make the store bigger. She wants to do this to help her husband and to get the family ahead.

Aurelia R. sells fabric scraps, which are used mainly as rags. She wants to help her husband get her son ahead. Her son is studying for his career. Her dream is for her children to become professionals. With God’s help she wants to keep selling. Of course, she needs more capital to buy more merchandise and increase her sales.

In this group: Eva Kelita, Vilma Floridalma, Aurelia Elvira
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish



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