A loan of $3,025 helped a member to purchase sugar, rice, oil, and milk.

Virgen De Guadalupe - Chupaca Group's story

Gloria is a very hardworking woman who is very enthusiastic. She sells foodstuffs in her store located at home. She also knits gloves although she’s been in this business just a short time; she puts a lot of enthusiasm into it though to make it grow.

Although she's been in this business for just a short time, she is very optimistic in making her business grow. She is asking for the loan so that she can invest in the purchase of food products like sugar, rice, oil, milk, etc. and sell them in her store to the clients of her town.

She’s a member of the “Virgen D. Guadalupe” communal bank which was initially formed by a few people and now only a few of them still remain in the group but they are all very enterprising and dream with making their businesses grow to give the best to their families.

She’s dressed in the orange sweater and two people were absent due to illness.

In this group: Carlos Leoncio , Lidia Ruperta , Alejandro Ciro , Geovanna Rosina , Mayumi Jashira , Amor , Renee , Miriam *, Gloria , Nataly Mary , Robeth Martin *
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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