A loan of $3,300 helped a member to buy new clothes and pants by the dozen.


Jehova Jireh 1, 2 & 3 Group's story

Consuelo is a single mother. She lives in her home built with a simple structure, like others in her community, with two of her three children in the city of La Romana in one of the rural areas that are called bateys. Most bateys are located in a sugarcane field, and were built for the sugarcane industry workers.

Consuelo says her most favorites things to do are to take her children to eat ice cream and to the park. And her most important challenge is to continue growing in her life and business. Since two years ago, Consuelo started her clothing sales business with the money she received when she stopped working in a company.

Consuelo is receiving her first loan from Esperanza Internacional and will invest this capital in her clothing sales business; this loan will be invested to buy new clothes and pants by the dozen. With her business profits, she will reinvest in her business. She dreams of having a nail and beauty salon in a better location.

Consuelo and her group are going to devote themselves to various areas of work such as clothes, cosmetics, shoes, beauty salons, grocery stores, etc. Thanks for supporting this group of entrepreneurs!

In this group: Consuelo, Wanda, Josefina, Yubelkis, Luisa, Milka, Isidra, Leticia*, Francisca, Carmen, Florinda, Silavina, Valentina, Eusebia, Viventa
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