A loan of $1,125 helped a member to purchase corn, eggs, cheese, firewood, butter, beans, meats, cereal, milk, oil, salt, snacks, juices, sodas, personal hygiene products, light bulbs,candles, pinewood, laurel wood, mahogany, glue, nails, screws, varnish.

Guerreros De Cristo Group's story

Juana Antonia, Santos Genaro, and Santos Bernabe, all residents of the San Lorenzo region in Honduras, collectively formed the “Guerreros de Cristo” solidarity group. All three applicants know each other well and will serve as guarantors of each other’s loans. Juana Antonia works out of her home, where she makes and sells bread as well as typical Honduran baked goods. She is requesting a loan of Lps. 8000 with which she will buy wood, corn, butter, cheese, and eggs—all ingredients used in the freshly baked goods she produces. Santos Genaro is a father of two and has run a small convenience shop for several years. He is requesting a loan of Lps. 5000 to buy merchandise for his shop. Santos Bernabe is a furniture maker and is requesting a loan of Lps. 8000 to purchase supplies used in his business.

In this group: Juana Antonia, Santos Genaro, Santos Bernabe

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