Las Azucenas Group
Update on Las Azucenas GroupThe communal bank "Las Azucenas" is comprised of 6 hardworking and enterprising individuals. The coordinator for this group is María del Socorro, 24, who has had a business selling meat and bones with her sister for 5 years. She will invest this loan in meat, bones, and offal such as cow heart and liver. The other members of this group are Ana Maria, 39, who's had a business selling tortillas and firewood for 4 years, Consuelo, 56, who started out making tortillas and now sells rice pudding and caramel, Dielka, who sells nacatamales (traditional, large Nicaraguan tamales), Esmeralda, who makes tortillas, and Urania, who sells clothing.
Las otras integrantes son Ana María de 39 años quien se dedica a la venta de tortilla y leña desde hace 4 años, Consuelo de 56 años comenzó realizando tortillas ahora vende arroz de leche y cajetas, Dielka vende nacatamales, Esmeralda tiene una tortillería y Urania vende ropa.
Previous Loan DetailsIn the photo are María U., Ana María C., Dielka T. and Consuelo Gaitán. The faceshot is of Alba G.. The Azucenas group is made up of five entrepreneurial female workers with initiative. One of them is María del Socorro U. C., the group coordinator. This 23-year-old youth began selling torti... More from Las Azucenas Group's previous loan »
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