A loan of $1,850 helped a member to buy candy, churros, soft drinks, and vegetables.

Mujeres Emprendedoras Group's story

Denia Xiomara is a young businesswoman from the San Nicolás community. She is a single young woman, and she does not have children.

Denia sells sweets, and she has a cafeteria in the education center of the village. She works with one of her sisters, and the business is open from 6:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Her business is very profitable during the school season from February to October. During the months from November to January sales diminish because it is vacation time. Sometimes sales diminish because of teacher strikes.

Denia needs the loan that she is requesting to stock her cafeteria with products like soft drinks, churros, candy, juices, vegetables, meat, and flour, among others.

Denia’s greatest wish is to increase her income in order to improve household and business finances. Denia has been a client of FAMA for various cycles. She has made her payments punctually.

In this group: Maria Isaura, Denia Maria, Nelsin Geraldina, Maria Del Trancito, Denia Xiomara, Yajaira Nohemy, Lucila, Lesly Xiomara, Tania Yanina, Ana Elsy, Alejandrina

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish

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