El Progreso (Flat) Group
Update on El Progreso (Flat) GroupGenaro is 55 years old and single. He did not attend school. He says that he learned to farm when he was very young but he had always wanted to work in his own business in order to earn a little more money. A little over 13 years ago, Genaro started raising lambs. He works from home where he built a small pen for his lambs. Every day he takes them out to graze. He says "my work is lovely but you have to know how to care for these little animals because they are delicate. If one of them becomes ill or all of them become ill, you have to vaccinate them and give them a lot of care". Genaro says that he makes most profits during holiday times because that is when he sells most lambs. They also make him profits when they have babies. Genaro will invest this loan in buying feed and vaccines so that he can continue working in his business. He hopes, in the future, to invest his profits in buying construction supplies because he would like to build premises and start a new business.
The other members of this group are:
Herminia - who runs a nutrition club.
Patricia - who sells groceries.
Rosario - who sells footwear.
Alicia - who runs a nutrition club.
Dor Luz - who sells food.
Donaciano - who buys and sells scrap metal.
Los demas integrantes del grupo son:
Herminia club de nutricion
Patricia venta de abarrotes
Rosario venta de calzado
Alicia club de nutricion
Dora Luz venta de comida
Donaciano compra y venta de fierro viejo
Previous Loan Details"El progreso" ("The progress") is a communal bank comprised of seven people. They have decided to use this name for their group because they hope that with this loan there will be progress in their businesses and in their families' living conditions. The communal bank is located in the community ... More from El Progreso (Flat) Group's previous loan »
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