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Sonrisa Group
In this Group: Nisha Rindani Delia, Estela, Lorena , Jesika , Minerva , Grissel, Guadalupe, Felipa

Update on Sonrisa Group

Mrs. Nisha is a member of the ”Sonrisa” [Smile] group. She is a friendly and enterprising woman who finished secondary school. Nisha is married to Jose Luis and has two children. She says that she has been a saleswoman for twelve years and that she started this line of work selling cosmetics. Some years ago, somebody offered her to start selling Mexican snacks in a cooperative at school; she though it was a good idea and that is today her main economic activity.

She works Monday to Friday during the kids’ morning breaks (thirty minutes they have for having breakfast). However, she has to prepare the food in advance, early every morning. Once she arrives to the school, everything must be ready to be sold. She sells also sweets, water and beverages. Mrs. Nisha said: "I love my job because I have to work only in the morning. In the afternoon, I have free time to take care of my family and my house.”

She will use this loan to buy meat, chilies, tomatoes, onion, corn, tortillas, cream, cheese, avocado, cabbage, beans, potatoes, bananas, eggs, oil, sweets, beverages, gas for cooking and aluminum foil. She needs all these things to continue with her sales.

In the future, she hopes to provide her children with the opportunity to go to the university, so that they have a better life than hers.

The remaining group members are:
Guadalupe: cosmetics sales.
Jesika: sweets sales.
Estela: food sales.
Grissel: grocery store.
Lorena: clothes sales.
Minerva: printing business.
Felipa: clothes sales.
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Doña Nisha es otro integrante del grupo Sonrisa, ella es una mujer muy amistosa y emprendedora, Ella solo estudio la preparatoria, esta casada con don Jose Luis y tiene dos hijos. Doña Nisha plaica que ella tiene 12 años siendo comerciante inicio vendiando cosmeticos y hace unos años le ofrecieron el vender antojitos mexicanos en una cooperativa escolar como vio que la oportunidad era buena la acepto y actualmente esta es su actividad economica.

Ella realiza sus ventas de lunes a viernes en la hora del recreo de los niños(la media hora que da la escuela para el desayuno), pero su trabajo inicia desde muy temprano con la preparacion de dicha comida ya que cuando llega a vender a la escuela ya todo debe estar listo pra venderse, ella tambien vende dulces, aguas y refrescos.

ella dijo "a mi me gusta mucho mi trabajo porque solo es por la mañana y el resto de la tarde lo tengo libre para atender a mi familia y hacer mi trabajo en casa"

Este crédito lo invertirá en la compra de carne, chiles, tomates, cebolla, maíz, tortillas, crema, queso, aguacate, col, frijol, papas, gas, plátanos, huevos, aceite papel aluminio, dulces y refrescos para continuar con sus ventas.

Ella espera a futuro poder brindar a sus hijos la oportunidad de asistir a la universidad para que les vaya mejor en la vida.

Los demas integrantes del gruppo son:
Guadalupe venta de cosmeticos
Jesika venta de dulces
Estela venta de comida
Grissel vebta de abarrotes
Lorena venta de ropa
Minerva servicio de imprenta
Felipa venta de ropa

Previous Loan Details

Sonrisa (Smile) is a group comprised of eight members: Nisha, who sells food, Estela sells food, Lorena sells clothing, Jesika sells soft drinks, Minerva has a printing business, Grissel sells groceries, Heladio sells tacos and Guadalupe sells shoes. They decided to give their group this name be... More from Sonrisa Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

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This is a Group Loan

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 73
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $22,241,875
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.7
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Sonrisa Group's $2,850 loan helped a member to buy meat, chilies, tomatoes, onion, beverages, cooking gas, aluminum foil and other supplies for her business.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Jan 18, 2013
Jan 31, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Jun 17, 2013