A loan of $925 helped a member to buy bundles of clothing.


Superacion Group's story

Doña Mirian is 48 years old and a member of the Superación Communal Bank. She is married and has two children. Her husband runs a small store. Twenty years ago, Mirian and a friend began selling clothing. The friend taught her how to run the business and Miriam decided to start her own business selling used clothing. Her schedule of work is from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. One of her advantages is that she has a large clientele and a disadvantage is that she has to pay rent on the shop.

Miriam needs the loan she is requesting to purchase bundles of clothing in new styles that are fashionable in order to attract the attention of her customers and increase her sales so she can earn more income to help support her family.

One of her goals is to own her shop and that it will be a large one to better serve more customers. This is Miriam’s first loan with FAMA and she plans to make all of her payments on time.

In this group: Mirian Del Transito, Ceidy Yaneth, Fausta Esperanza

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Diane Chaney



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