A loan of $2,775 helped a member store investments.


Las Pagadoras De Jojutla Group's story

This group is called Las Pagadoras de Jojutla (the Jojutla Payers) and is located in the Jojutla de Juárez community center in the state of Morelos in Mexico. This community is known for its primary economic activity, sugar cane cultivation. Most of the fields there are planted with sugar cane. The group is made up of 10 members.

Concepción A. Díaz is a member of the group. She has made her living selling groceries for three years now. She is requesting the loan in order to restock her store and with it, she will buy canned goods. She is 42 years old and finished three years of high school. She is single and has two children in total: a girl and a boy. Her customers are loyal to her because she is a trustworthy person.

She is happy now that she is requesting the loan because she knows that when her store is better stocked, she'll earn more money. She wants this loan so that she can restock her store. She wants to remodel her store so that it will look nicer and attract more customers. With her earnings she hopes to give her children a better education.

In this group: Lilia, Laura, Beatriz, Cruz, Ariana, Edna, Adriana, Gabriela Belen, Elizabeth, Concepcion

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Nina Fink



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