A loan of $1,100 helped a member para Comprar Prendas de Vestir.

Virgen Del Carmen De Moron Group's story

Ms. Irene is divorced, has one school-aged son, and is a member of the "Virgen del Carmen de Morón" communal bank, which has seven members who work in various economic activities. For the last three years, Irene has worked selling clothing and gifts in a store. This business had its roots in her divorce, as she had to work to take care of her son, so she started selling clothing in the street. Little by little, she built up some capital and set up her clothing store. Irene explains that she has gained everything she has through a great deal of work and perseverance, and that her son was her motivation. Her desire to succeed was greater than her problems, and thanks to her efforts and dedication, she achieved greater profits, her son attends a private school, and above all, she and her son have a better quality of life.

With the goal of continuing to grow, Irene is requesting a new loan to buy merchandise (t-shirts, pants, shirts, etc.). EDAPROSPO knows that Irene will achieve her goals through her hard work and effort, and that the loans she receives through EDAPROSPO will help her.

In this group: Irene Mayra, Dina Maria, Olga, Janet Giulietta, Melandia Bonifacia, Diana Isabel*, Julia Delia
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Katie Kavanagh

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