A loan of $3,600 helped a member to set up Internet access booths, to buy spare parts for the computers and to pay for the telephone lines.

Sirenachayoc Group's story

Jacqueline Julieta, 27, is the member. She has a spouse and two children. She works in her Internet access booth business and also sells telephone recharge services via Internet. She works from 8am until 9pm. Through the business she’s able to support her children. She wants to equip and expand the Internet access booth business and the telephone service recharges. She is asking for the loan to equip the Internet booths, to buy replacement parts for and to service the computers and to pay for the telephone lines for the recharges.

The other group members sell lumber, provide transportation, sell crafts, sell items made of silver and tend to grocery stores.

The member thanks those who are sharing in her dream through this means and pledges to make her installment payments in a timely fashion.

In this group: Jaqueline Julieta, Sonia*, Bonifacio, Juana, Marina, Feliciana, Ruth Ayda, Edenka, Ivange
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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