A loan of $1,000 helped a member purchase school supplies, uniforms, skirts, women’s shirts, men’s shirts, university notebooks, etc.

Dormos Group's story

This group has four, successful micro-entrepreneurs. One of these members is Xóchitl. She is 25 years old and she is in a domestic partnership. She sells clothing and shoes, and food during the weekends. She has had her business for 18 months. Before starting the business, she was a student. The loan will be invested in the purchase of school supplies like uniforms as well as skirts, women’s shirts, men’s shirts, university notebooks. Fulgencia sells beef and pork by delivery service. María Teresa sells nacatamales (meat and rice in banana leaves) during the weekends and chemical products like air fresheners. Eva sells fried foods on the weekends and during the week, she makes and sells pastries.

In this group: Fulgencia Del Socorro, Xochilt Scarleth , Maria Teresa, Eva Isabel

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lauren Jackson

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