A loan of $350 helped a member to buy merchandise for her dairy business.


Vida Y Esperanza Group's story

The Vida y Esperanza group has three members, all hard-working, determine women from Nindiri. The group coordinator is Sra. Rosa Amanda who has operated a business selling dairy products (milk, curd, cheese, cream, etc.) for nine years. Her weekly sales come to something around 4,200 cordobas. She has four children, 21-, 19-, 17-, and 12-years old, all in school. The other members of the group are Martha Francisca, who sells cosmetics and Sofia, who has made a living selling tortillas for 5 years. Sofia's weekly sales come to 2,100 cordobas and she will use her share of the loan to buy maize, firewood, etc.

In this group: Rosa, Martha, Sofia
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jere Wiseman



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