A loan of $875 helped a member to buy crates of chickens to later sell butchered.

El Arbolito Group's story

Guadalupe lives in La Ribera, General Sandino. She’s married to Valdemar with whom she has three children: José Eliazin, 22, Verónica del Carmen, 20, and the youngest, Luis Alberto, 16.

She buys ranch raised chickens for subsequent sale butchered in the same location. She’s been in business two years and five months and she comments that she does well since she’s earning income and helping her husband with household income.

Wanting to better move her family ahead is what motivated her into this activity. She decided to go into it and it’s producing good results and improving her income.

What she wants most is that her children get ahead and with the loan continue to work to obtain better income.

The members of the group are: María Aida who will use the loan to buy merchandise to stock her grocery store and Verónica del Carmen who will use the loan to buy crates of chickens to butcher and sell.

In this group: Guadalupe , Maria Aida, Veronica Del Carmen

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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