A loan of $975 helped a member to purchase fabrics, thread, mahogany, cedar, screws, glue, varnish, beans, cheese, meats, cornmeal, vegetables, cooking oil, and rice.


Terminal 3 Group's story

Edis Jeorgina, Oscar Alexander, and Wilfredo are from Choluteca, Honduras. They formed the “Terminal 3” solidarity group in June 2011. All three applicants sell goods at the Choluteca bus terminal where local vendors congregate. Edis Jeorgina, who is a widow of two years, lives with her children and sells handmade garments. Edis requesting a loan of Lps. 8,000 to buy materials to make clothing. Oscar is single and lives with his elderly parents. Oscar makes furniture for a living and is requesting a loan of Lps. 5,000 with which he will purchase supplies to make furniture. Wilfredo is married and is the father of a one-year-old daughter. Wilfredo and his wife sell homemade food at the bus terminal and are requesting a loan of Lps. 5,000 to invest in their small business.

In this group: Edis Jeorgina, Oscar Alexander, Wilfredo
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