A loan of $1,875 helped a member to buy linen, threads, embellishments, needles, etc.

La Union En Progreso 1 Group's story

Hipolita is a member of the “La Union en Progreso 1” (the unit to progress). They are micro businesspeople in clothing sales, sales of natural products, shoes, teachers, food sales, etc. in the city of Hato Mayor, one of the most rural cities in the country whose economy depends on agriculture.

This associate of Esperanza is a mother of four children. She’s married and started her business with some of her savings. She is now in her fourth year and receiving her 8th loan. Each previous loan has been repaid satisfactorily and she has maD. good investments.

She is currently operating a “Decoration businees” she sews bedlinen and curtains, also she fabrics pillow cover, branchet, and complements for bedroom and bathroom. She is planning to use the new loan to buy linen, threads, embellishments, needles, etc.

She will use profits to reinvest in her business, to pay public utilities and to save some in order to help her children and improve her business.

Her favorite pastime is to do business and her primary challenge is caring for her children.

In this group: Hipolita, Agapito, Ocadia, Josefa, Anito
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