A loan of $4,025 helped a member to buy cooking oil, sugar, flour, fruit, plantain, chicken and disposable plates.


Mujeres En Esperanza 3, 6 & 7 Group's story

Teresa is just 32 years old and is a young businesswoman. Her family is comprised of her long-term partner and three children living in her simple-structure home. She is one of the members in this group called Mujeres en Esperanza 3, 6 & 7 (Hopeful Women).

Teresa prepares food to be fried and sold to her clients. She cooks fried foods like Empanada (dough made of flour filled with meat and vegetables) and many other meals like fried plantain, chicken, beef, etc. She is currently receiving her second loan. She is very grateful for the loans because she has been able to advance and invest in her business, which she started around 5 years ago. She will use her new loan to buy cooking oil, sugar, flour, fruit, plantain, chicken and disposable plates.

This group, Mujeres en Esperanza 3, 6 & 7 Group, is comprised of 15 members. Each one of them works day-to-day in their business activities in Santo Domingo. It is one of the communities with scant resources located to the north of the city.

Teresa and her group are thankful for your support!!!

In this group: Teresa, Cantave, Lucrecia, Alba, Matilde, Elizabeth, Rosanna, Felicia, Francia, Marcia, Santa, Yohanna, Maria, Felipa, Rosa
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