A loan of $3,000 helped a member to buy merchandise.


Banco Mujer Jehova Es Mi Pastor Group's story

Ana Chinchilla, 50, is married and lives with her grandson and husband. Her children are married and independent. For the last two years she has been making her living in sales. She distributes products that clients buy from a catalog. She started with the first loan provided by Fundación Mujer, which enabled her to grow as microentrepreneur. She now has more customers which is why she seeks this loan to buy more products and satisfy all of her customers.

This activity helps her to generate additional income for the household. Her group chose Fundación Mujer because the interest rate is low and they have a group loan that is more viable for them as they do not have guarantors.

Ana will invest her loan in furniture so that she can have her products ready to sell so her clients don't have to wait 8 days for her to make them.

In this group: Emilse, Ana Grace, Ledia , Karen , Dunia , Ana
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