A loan of $5,825 helped a member to buy various bags of used clothes.

La Reforma 1, 2 & 3 Group's story

Elicia is the coordinator of her group named La Reforma (Reform) 1, 2 & 3. She has a long-term partner and is a mother with five children, all of whom live with her in a simply structured home. They live in the rural village of San Pedro de Macoris, a city famous for baseball players and the sugarcane industry. The main economic activity here is the free-trade zone, a cement factory, and other businesses.

Elicia has been selling used clothes for approximately 8 years. She used some money she had to start the business. She plans to use this loan to buy more clothes (she buys bags of used clothes in a flea market). She will reinvest the profits in her business so she can expand her sales and supply more clients. This is her 9th loan with Esperanza International, and she is very excited about it. She has been investing all of her loans in her business. Elicia thanks you all for your support of her group's dreams.

In this group: Elicia, Altagracia, Suri, Marhta, Urcania, Andrea, Solange, Agustide, Maria, Filomena, Carmen, Solanger, Cristina, Crismena*, Olita

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