A loan of $2,975 helped a member to buy clothing to sell.

Kuña Aty Virgen De Fátima Group's story

A group of 18 modest working women got together in an effort to help each other get ahead through mutual support. They want to grow not only economically but also personally because they know this aspect is also very important. This is their second women entrepreneurs' cycle at the Fundación and they are working well and wanting to continue with the program.

Mrs. Rosalina sells clothing, and through her business has been able to maintain her family and all who depend on her. She says she has many customers and many orders, so her earnings are considerable. Her desire is to continue growing her micro-company and one day have her own clothing shop.

She is requesting a loan to buy seasonal clothing to fill orders that have already come in from customers. She is very happy about being given this opportunity.

In this group: Angelica, Lidia, Olga, Fátima, Virgilia, Celina, Elva, Wilfrida, Nilda, Juliana, Estelvina, Blanca, Luciana, Emigdia, Blanca, Jorgelina*, Rosalina*, Teresa*
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Sherry Bess

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