A loan of $1,525 helped a member to sell perfume, shoes, and tortillas.

Las Increibles De Jungapeo Group's story

Mrs. Alicia is 42, married, and has two daughters who are in elementary school. Alicia sells shoes, as well as cosmetics through a catalogue; creams and perfumes from various brands. She says that she has had both business for four years. She also recently started making tortillas by hand to sell in order to make more money. Alicia says she is requesting a loan in order to invest in shoes for women, men, and children, and to buy gas and corn for making her tortillas by hand. She tells us that she travels to a city where they make high-quality shoes in order to stock up, since they have low prices there. This way, she will make money. Alicia says she is grateful to the financing institution for the loan that they are authorizing, because this is how her business is growing.

In this group: Alicia, Rosalba, Gisela, Adriana

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Christine Cooper

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