A loan of $2,775 helped a member to purchase hens and pigs for animal raising business.

Aldea Nimasac Group's story

Doña Isabel O. is the President of the Aldea Nimasac Group. Nimasac is the name of the home-town of the eleven group members. Isabel is 45 years old, married, and has 8 children. Her husband helps support the family by making and selling traditional clothing, while Isabel works raising and selling pigs and hens. Isabel has 15 years of experience with her business and hopes that this second loan with ASDIR and Kiva will help her to acheive her dream of running an even larger and more profitable operation.

Doña Isabel notes that she started her business with help from her husband and their family savings. This loan will help her to purchase materials for the animal pens and also to purchase a few pigs and chickens.

The Aldea Nimasac Group consists of 11 women who are engaged in different business activities including raising animals, making candles, manufacturing traditional clothing, firewood collection and sales, and daily consumer goods sales. This is the group´s second loan through ASDIR and Kiva. The first loan was paid back ahead of schedule with no problems.

In this group: Catarina Juana, Maria, Isabel Osorio, Maria, Antonia, Ana, Maria Victoriana, Juana, Francisca Victoriana, Juana Chan, Macaria Santos

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