A loan of $1,075 helped a member purchase of beef, pork, and chicken, corn, oil, lard, soft drinks, fish, new clothing, materials for making fishnets.

El Cubulero Group's story

The members of the El Cubulero group are very hardworking women who know each other very well and have been neighbors for many years. The different activities they engage in are described below.

Evelyn Elizeth J. B. sells snacks and has many customers. She makes snacks such as tacos, enchiladas, tortillas with cheese, catrachas (fried tortillas with fried beans and cheese), burras, baleadas, and meat with chismol (Honduran salsa).

She will use the loan to buy supplies to make the snacks. Her wish is that peace reign in all homes throughout the world this Christmas.

Maria Rosalia B. G. sells new clothing in the outskirts of the town of El Cubulero. She will use the loan to buy new clothing. She has many orders, since it's the Christmas season.

Maria de Jesus A. sells whitefish, redfish, and shrimp. She will use the loan to purchase seafood and to buy materials to make a fishnet.

They are all women with a great desire to move forward.

In this group: Evelyn Elizeth, Maria Rosalia, Maria De Jesus

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Karen Monat

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