A loan of $2,700 helped a member to buy inventory items for her store.


Unidos Por El Triunfo Group's story

“Unidos por el triunfo” (United for Victory) is a communal bank maD. up of eight hard working and responsible members, each having her own small business. Clara has enjoyed generating her own income even though she can count on her husband’s backing. She began selling food outsiD. her house with her children’s help. She later had to change the model because it didn’t leave her much time to spend with her children. Shortly afterward she began making wallets and beauty products, which went well because it brought her regular income and with that was able to buy household appliances for her home. She was also able to help with her children’s education expenses. Between her and her husband, they were able to buy building materials to build on the land that her mother left to her, but it still needs some work and this is one of her goals, besides setting up her store again. Clara cares for elderly persons when they need her. She will use the money from this loan to buy beauty products and household accessories. She has ordered to fill for mothers’ day.

In this group: Hortencia, Juana, Cesar Augusto, Gabriela, Mery Luz, Maritza Fortunata, Clara Alicia, Elena

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Hugo Reyes



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