A loan of $2,975 helped a member to sell chickens.

Las Fresas Group's story

Eusebia is 50 years old. She is married. Her husband, Crecencino, is a teacher. They have 3 children. The oldest, Victor, is 27 and earning a bachelor's degree. Gerino is 23 years old, and the youngest, Crecencio, is 20 years old.

Eusebia is a sales woman and makes her living selling chickens. She has been in the business for 2 years. She will invest the loan in expanding her business so she can earn a greater profit as a sales woman and help with her children's education. Her husband's salary is not sufficient, and Eusebia, as the head of the family, needs to support the family. Her goal is to grow her business in order to have a better income.
Eusebia belongs to the communal bank "Las Fresas" (The Strawberries), which has a total of 12 members. They are mentioned here: Félix, Aideth, Hilaria, María de la Luz, Eusebia, Consuelo, Lucia, Reyna, Bertina, Ermanda, Isabel and Dionicia. They make their livings selling rolls, in transportation, and selling cheese, fish, vegetables and chickens.

In this group: Felix, Aideth, Hilaria, Eusebia, Consuelo, Lucia, Reyna, Bertina, Ermanda, Isabel, Dionicia

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Marni Siegal

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