A loan of $825 helped a member to have working capital and to buy a parcel of live pigs to sell.


Evenecer Group's story

The "Evenecer" communal bank is made up of nine members—all single mothers—who are responsible for a total of 15 children. These women are natives of Sauce, a place that is located in the northern part of the country. They have demonstrated their responsibility, their desire to better themselves, and their teamwork; they mutually help each other in their different businesses.

Gloria is the coordinator of the communal bank and in charge of making their payments on time and according to the loan terms. She earns her living buying and selling pigs. Her business is located at her house. Gloria's routine is to go out three times a week to buy live pigs to sell.

The objective of this loan is to buy a parcel of pigs that are being offered at a good price so she can take advantage of Christmas season sales opportunities.

The "Evenecer" communal bank is grateful for the help that the Kiva lenders have provided to low-income people in poor countries like Nicaragua, so that they can have a decent means of earning a living.

In this group: Gloria Argentina, Yancy Massiel, Maria Lourdes , Angelica, Marisol Del Socorro, Juana Francisca, Sobeida, Josefa Tereza, Luz Marina
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Holly Torpey



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