A loan of $1,400 helped a member to purchase fruits and raw materials to prepare her delicious ice cream.


Diluvina's Group's story

Diluvina is fifty-nine years old and a proud mother of twelve children.
To make a living, she sells homemade ice cream and ripe fruits, operating her business in the public school of the community. The entrepreneur says that it’s a profitable business, and that she would like to augment her production in order to increase both her sales volume and her income. Profits from her activity will allow her to pay for the children’s educations and to deal with some other financial issues.


Diluvina will take her loan with a group of four other women who all own businesses. They are:
Lidia F. P., who owns a cafeteria;.
Rosa P., who operates a small beauty products store;
Cruz Antonia M. G., who will purchase silver jewelry, and
Candida A. G., who will use her loan to buy jewelry.

In this group: Diluvina, Lidia, Rosa, Cruz Antonia, Candida


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