A loan of $1,125 helped a member this loan will be used to purchase fabric, thread, pins, and sewing needles.

Hardworking Hands Group's story

Juana, Yolanda, and Glenda, all of whom reside in Danli, Honduras, formed the “Hardworking Hands” solidarity group in June, 2011. Juana earns a living by making and selling bedclothes, and she has run this business for the last 21 years. She is requesting a loan of 6,000 Honduran lempira (HNL) to purchase materials needed for making sheets, pillowcases, and bedcovers. Yolanda sells clothing and footwear and is soliciting a loan to purchase merchandise. Lastly, Glenda makes a living by selling fresh produce from out of her home and is requesting a loan to purchase bulk amounts of produce.

In this group: Juana Lucila, Yolanda, Glenda Jeanileth

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