A loan of $1,275 helped a member to buy beverages, eggs, oils, flour and other items.

San Alfredo Group's story

The communal bank San Alfredo is made up mostly of women who are stay-at-home mothers who run businesses out of their homes. Their earnings are generally small, but they continue to believe in what they are doing as a group and are motivated to get ahead.

One of the women, Anglea, is a vendor in the municipal market. In order to continue in her business she needs to buy products to stock her inventory. In the market she sells drinks such as sodas and juices, as well as alcoholic beverages. She also sells oils, flour, eggs and other items. She wishes to carry more products and thus be able to better satisfy her clients and generate more income for her family.

She is seeking this loan in order to buy beverages, eggs, oils, flour and other items.

In this group: Iris, Nimia, Santa Vicenta, Wilma, Angela, Epifania, Maria Elena, Rosalina, Carmen, Maria Liliana*
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Kevin Bohnert

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