A loan of $2,825 helped a member purchase products to make meals.

Oñondivepa Group's story

The Oñondivepa Committee is the name of this group of women, which was formed in Capiata on July 29, 2009, thanks to the current Financial Director, who sells handmade clothing.

By means of an informational talk about the Program, 21 women got together. They are now in their fourth loan cycle and are working well together in the program, being very well-coordinated and united.

Gabriela is one of the members and has an eatery where she sells fast foods and lunches. She has steady customers, who take into account the quality and customer service of her business.

She wants to lower her production costs by purchasing non-perishable products in bulk, such as oils, condiments, pasta, rice, flour, eggs, etc. She would also like to increase the variety of beverages she has, taking into account the seasonal heat that leads to high demand for soft drinks and juices.

In this group: Teresa, Sergia, Sonia, María, Edith, Sonia, Andresa, Delia, Felisa, Gabriela, Mirian*, Ana, Sandra , Leticia , María, Nidia, Rosalina, Julia, Myrian, Nelly, Elva
*not pictured

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer

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