A loan of $3,800 helped a member to pay for the purchase of livestock.


Los Tulipanes Group's story

This group is called Los Tulipanes and is made up of six women who live in a community called Julián Grajales. In this area, the festival of San Antonio de Padua is celebrated on June 13th.
Felisa was interviewed. She is married to Joel; together they have seven children, all of whom are already married.
Felisa is requesting this loan so that she can invest in the purchase and later sale of livestock such as bulls. She has worked in this area for 39 years and 11 months. This work is going well for her, and it has allowed her to get her family ahead.
She started this business in order to help her husband with the household costs, and so that they could work together as a family, maximizing their earnings in order to get ahead.
Her greatest wish is for this little business and loan to allow her to keep working hard to support her family for as long as God grants her life.
The group members are: María Guadalupe, who will invest in the purchase and sale of cheese; Guadalupe, who will invest in her blacksmith's shop; Reyna, who will invest in the purchase and sale of cheese; María Leticia, who will invest in the purchase of materials for making clothing; and Idolina, who will invest in the purchase and sale of cheese.

In this group: Maria Guadalupe, Guadalupe, Reyna, Maria Leticia, Felisa, Idolina

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Christine Cooper


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