A loan of $1,950 helped a member to purchase watermelon, cantaloupe, papayas, bananas, oranges, mangoes and miscellaneous items including detergent, bleach, corn and other staple food grains, sausages, etc for his business.


Gs La Coyotera Group's story

Pedro is 40 years old, and has three children. He lives in his own house with his family, and makes a living selling fruits, vegetables and general store items. His wife also helps him run the store. Pedro is the leader of a solidarity group called, "La Coyotera," which is located in the tourist zone of "Jicaro Galán," in the south of Honduras. Pedro is known for being a hardworking person who always seeks to excel and get ahead as an entrepreneur and businessman of the future. Pedro is requesting a loan in the amount of 13,000 lempiras, and he plans to use this support to purchase fruit, such as: cantaloupe, watermelon, papayas, bananas, oranges, mangoes, as well as general store items, including detergent, bleach, corn and other staple food grains, sausage, and other products. He hopes that this investment and loan will help strengthen his business, as well as the businesses of his fellow group members. Some day, Pedro dreams of improving his house and opening up additional locations for selling his produce and products. His fellow group members, Cristy and Ingris, make a living selling clothing.

In this group: Pedro Martin, Ingris, Cristy Marinely
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Gillian Goodrich



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