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Total loan: $4,375
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Abigail Group


A loan of $4,375 helped a member to purchase clothes for sale.


Abigail Group's story

This group is called Abigail. It has 12 members, employees and business owners who want to get ahead and triumph in the future. All of the members of this group work at a store, Gazher, and also have their own small businesses.

One of the members of the group is Guadalupe, who has been selling clothing for 3 years. She tells us that she likes her job and her business very much since they provide good earnings and she can make a little extra money for emergencies. What she likes best about her business is that she can manage her own time. She works at the Gazher store as an administrative assistant in the morning, and in the afternoons she takes care of her clothing shop. She is requesting a loan to purchase more clothing for women and children. The other women in the group help her sell in the store where they work and by catalog.

The other group members are: Minerva - who sells perfume. Dulce - who sells shoes. Isacc - who sells snacks. Adelina Adela - who sells shoes. Guadalupe Lucia - who sells meals. Ivett - who sells drinking water. Tomasa -who sells general merchandise. Florentino - who sells general merchandise. Elizabeth- who sells general merchandise. María Dolores- who sells general merchandise. Marcelina- who sells clothing.

They thank the foundation for all of the support it has provided so they can continue to get ahead, be successful in the future, and grow their businesses.

In this group: Isacc Heriberto , Adelina Adela*, Guadalupe Lucia, Ivett, Guadalupe *, Minerva , Tomasa Felicitas , Florentino , Maria Dolores, Dulce Elia, Elizabeth, Marcelina
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Michele Magrino


Loan details

Loan length:

6 months
Disbursed date: December 22, 2011
Facilitated by Field Partner: VisionFund Mexico

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Loan details

Loan length:

6 months
Disbursed date: December 22, 2011
Facilitated by Field Partner: VisionFund Mexico