A loan of $2,250 helped a member to buy shampoo, rinses, dyes, and other items.

Oñondivepa Group's story

This communal bank is called Oñondivepa, which means "everyone together." This group has this name because the 10 women joined together and wanted to be able to work to advance. Thanks to their effort, they are now in their fourth loan cycle. They want to be able to continue working.

Valeria is one of these women, who in the course of the loan cycles has learned how to continue improving her work, which is a beauty salon, and thus she is getting ahead. Her group has been a lot of help to her, since she has learned a lot. She is applying for this loan to be able to buy shampoo, rinses, dyes, and other supplies to use in her business and to continue giving good service and good quality work.

In this group: Vicenta Carolina, Teresa, Blanca Marlene, Florencia, Valeria, Emigdia, Mariana, Ayda Noemi, Matilde, Maria Elizabeth

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Pam McMurry

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