A loan of $1,675 helped a member to purchase a cart for selling fast food in order to sell her pizzas while walking.


Hodson Group's story

This group is made up of three hard-working members. Sobeyda is a good example. She is a married 26 year old woman who has a young three year-old child and works making and selling pizzas that she makes in her own home. She sells them in the schools near her home. She also has another activity which is selling new clothes, used clothes, used shoes, and used wallets. She has been working in that field for four years. She will invest her loan in the purchase of a cart for selling fast food in order to sell her pizzas while walking. Rosibel is another member whose business involves selling pots for plants, corn grinding stones, and piggy banks in a market in the capital The other group member, José Félix, sells toys and imitation jewelry in bulk and individually in the municipal markets close to the capital.

In this group: Jose Felix , Rosibel, Sobeyda Argentina

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Debra McMahon



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