A loan of $1,400 helped a member working capital.

La Bendicion De Chajabal Group's story

Evelyn Yamilet TeC. Hernández is married and has four children in her care. She studied up to the sixth year of elementary school. Her business is a general store and she also sells concentrated pig and chicken feed. She has been in this business for 10 years.

With enthusiasm and the help of some neighbors, she got together a group in order to be able to request a loan. This community bank is called 'Bendición de Chajabal' (Chajabal Blessing) The group is made up of five women and one man who all carry out different business activities such as raising animals, providing veterinarian services, selling concentrated pig feed and selling chicken. Evelyn will use her loan to buy merchandise and thereby increase her sales volume. She hopes to use her loan from ASDIR to help grow her business and make it more productive.

In this group: Evelyn Yamilet Te, Susana Magadalena, Andrea Alejandrea, Tomas Daniel, Ana Elizabet, Juana Everilda

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Linda Oxnard

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