A loan of $3,850 helped a member to buy clothes like T-shirts, blouses, pants, jackets, etc.


La Esperanza Ii Group's story

The committee La Esperanza II is made up of 18 women who work in various businesses, from clothing sales to cleaning a hotel in the region. The committee is characterized by being made up of enterprising women, and by seeing fast results in their small businesses with which they contribute to their homes' incomes and in this manner provide a higher standard of living for their children.

One of the members, Nilda, is married and has a small daughter. She works in selling clothes for men and women, like T-shirts, blouses, pants, jackets, etc.

She requests a loan to be able to buy said products and then sell them to her clients to be able to provide necessities for her family and herself at the same time.

In this group: Nilda, Miguela, Ubalda, Gloria, Amelia, Lidia, Lize, Francisca, Maria, Rossana, Lucia, Vidalia, Marta, Elsa, Teofila, Sofia*, Mirian*, Nelida*
*not pictured

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Kerry George



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