A loan of $1,325 helped a member to purchase and care for chickens.


Triunfadores Group's story

Nelby's business is raising chickens. She is 19 years old and married. She lives with her parents and her two children who are 3 years old and 1 year old. Nelby is of strong character, works hard and is friendly. Nelby’s mother taught her everything she knows about raising chickens and Nelby also dedicates her time to the same work.

Nelby works alone and reports that her business is going well except for the recent rains that killed some of her chickens. Because of this loss, she is seeking this loan to obtain and care for more chickens. This is her first loan and she hopes that it will help her succeed and support her children, as her children’s father does not support them. Nelby’s dream is to build her own house, move forward with her children, and return to school to work on having a bigger and better business.

The Triunfadores Group is composed of four people who live near the city of Ibarra, Ecuador. Their group name means “Triumphant Ones.” There are three men in the group and one woman. The president of the group is Nelby.

In this group: Nelby, Jose Miguel, William , Segundo



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