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Emprendedoras 2 & 3 Group
In this Group: Ana, Wendy, Rosa, Yessica, Francisca, Antonia, Amarilis, Martina, Ana, Bartolina
Ana is one of the members of the "Grupo Emprendedoras 2 y 3" [Group of Entrepreneurial Women 2 and 3]. They are microentrepreneurs dedicated to selling clothing, natural products and shoes, providing education, etc., in the city of L. Alcarrizos, an industrial city north of S. Domingo with a large population and strong growth. This associate of Esperanza works selling milk and other products derived from the same, such as yogurt and cheese.

Ana is receiving her second loan with Esperanza, after having paid off her first loan, which she invested in starting her business. Little by little she was able to invest in other products in order to open a "Colmado" (a small food store). She will use her earnings to continue investing in her business. Her most difficult challenge has been raising her 3 children, together with her husband, so that they will be successful, educated and professional people, at the same time that she has been studying and working. Her dream is to continue making progress with her business, with the aim of having a better future.
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Ana es una D. L. miembros del Grupo Emprendedoras 2 y 3, ellas son microempresarias dedicadas a las ventas D. ropa, productos naturales, zapatos, educacion, etc; en la ciudad D. L. Alcarrizos, una ciudad industrial al norte D. S. Domingo, con una gran poblacion y un buen crecimientofa. Está asociada D. Esperanza se dedica a la venta D. Leche y otros productos derivados D. la misma como Yogur y queso.

Ana esta recibiendo su segundo prestamo en Esperanza, despues D. haber terminado y haber invertido su primer prestamo para la formacion D. su negocio, poco a poco a podimos invertir en otros productos para inicial un Colmado ( una pequeña tienda para ventas D. alimentos ), va a utilizar sus ganancias para seguir invertiendo en su negocio. Su reto mas dificil criar a sus a sus 3 hijos, junto a su esposo para que sean personas D. bien, educados y profesionales. a la ves que estudiaba y trabajaba. Su sueño es seguir avanzando en su negocio, con el fin D. poder tener un mejor futuro

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This is a Group Loan

In a group loan, each member of the group receives an individual loan but is part of a larger group of individuals. The group is there to provide support to the members and to provide a system of peer pressure, but groups may or may not be formally bound by a group guarantee. In cases where there is a group guarantee, members of the group are responsible for paying back the loans of their fellow group members in the case of delinquency or default.

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