A loan of $3,400 helped a member purchase milk for future sales.

La Esperanza Group's story

Sixteen hard-working and strong women from the city of San Lorenzo has united with the objective of using their jobs to move them ahead. They see that the foundation's program offers them a great help that they would not be able to find elsewhere. They work hard every day so that they can try to reach the highest level of the program.

One of these hard-working women is Alejandra, who sells milk for a living. She comments that every day she goes to work very early since she needs to deliver milk to her clients' houses in the early hours of the morning. She says that her job is very stressful but she enjoys it. Thanks to her sacrifice, she has been able to provide for her family and get them ahead. She is asking for this credit so that she may purchase a greater quantity of milk which would keep help her inventory well-stocked. This will allow her to fulfill her customers' needs.

In this group: Diana Buenaventura, Maria, Isidora, Alejandra, Sixta, Isidora, Isabel, Mirtha, Buenaventura, Rocio, Geogelina, Graciela, Cinthia, Martha, Elisa, Francisca

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Tracy Quan

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