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Las Azucenas De Pueblo Nuevo Group
In this Group: Alma Isabel, Gabriela, Marisela, Fabiola, Maria Isabel, Irma*, Adelina, Jarintzi, Anayeli
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Update on Las Azucenas De Pueblo Nuevo Group

Anayeli is 19 years old. She is a young woman who still lives with her parents and studies in an “open” high school (an alternative adult school) on Saturdays in order to have time to help at home with the household chores. She says that it is the first time that she has asked for a loan and that friends of her mother encouraged her to enter the group “Las Azucenas de Pueblo Nuevo” (Pueblo Nuevo Easter Lilies). They commented to her that they had given that name to the group because in her home her mother has a very big garden with lily flowers.

Ana, as she is known, put a grocery store in her house about a year ago in order to be able to work during the week and keep an eye on her home and on her younger siblings since her parents go out to work and also to help pay the tuition fees of the high school. Ana is requesting a loan from VisionFund to stock a little bit more of everything that she sells like eggs, milk, toilet paper, oil for cooking, diapers, sugar, salt, eggs, tuna, napkins, soft drinks, cookies and some candy in order to sell a little bit of everything. She says that on Saturdays she goes to a store in her town where they sell wholesale and give her low prices. She says that later on she wants to sell cold cuts and put in different dairy products. She says that upon finishing her high school studies she wants to go into studying to be an educator because it would be one of her greatest achievements.

The other members of the group are Alma Isabel, Gabriela, Marisela, Fabiola, María Isabel, Irma, Adelina y Jarintzi. They will invest in the purchase of bedspreads to sell, in the purchase of supplies to make bread, to stock a grocery store, to buy chicken to sell by the kilo, to buy cosmetics and perfumes to sell and to stock shoes for women and men to sell.
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Anayeli tiene 19 años de edad es una chica que aún vive con sus papás y estudia la preparatoria abierta los sábados para tener tiempo para ayudar en casa con las labores del hogar. Platica que es la primera vez que pide un crédito y que las amigas de su mamá la animaron para que entrara al grupo Las Azucenas de Pueblo Nuevo. Le comentaron que le habían puesto ese nombre al grupo porque en su casa su mama tiene un jardín muy grande con flores de azucenas. Ana, como es conocida, puso hace un año una tienda de abarrotes en su casa para poder trabajar en la semana y estar al pendiente de su casa y de sus hermanitos ya que sus papas salen a trabajar y también para ayudarse a pagar las colegiaturas de la preparatoria. Ana pide a VisionFund un crédito para surtir un poco mas de todo lo que vende como huevo, leche, papel higiénico, aceite para cocinar, pañales, azúcar, sal, huevo, atún, servilletas, refrescos, galletas y un poco de dulces para vender de todo un poco, platica que los días sábados va a una tienda de su población donde le vende por mayoreo y le dan precios bajos, dice más adelante quiere vender carnes frías y meter diferentes lácteos, dice que terminando de estudiar la prepa quiere meterse a estudiar para educadora ya que sería uno de sus más grandes logros. Las otras integrantes del grupo se llaman Alma Isabel, Gabriela, Marisela, Fabiola, María Isabel, Irma, Adelina y Jarintzi ellas invertirán en la compra de colchas para vender, en la compra de insumos para elaborar pan, para surtir tienda de abarrotes, comprara pollo muerto para venderlo por kilos, para la compra de cosméticos y perfumería para vender y para surtir zapato para dama y caballero para su venta.

Previous Loan Details

Leonarda, 62, is a very hardworking, cheerful woman who makes all the group meetings pleasant. She relates that she only studied up to sixth grade in elementary school because her parents did not have the resources to send her to school because they were 11 siblings. She is part of the “Las... More from Las Azucenas De Pueblo Nuevo Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 80
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $20,959,325
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 12.8
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Las Azucenas De Pueblo Nuevo Group's $4,300 loan helped a member to buy eggs, milk, toilet paper, oil for cooking, diapers, sugar, salt, tuna, napkins, soft drinks, cookies and some candy.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Feb 19, 2013
Mar 5, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Jul 17, 2013