A loan of $3,950 helped a member to buy women's clothes to sell.

Canal De Bendicion 2 & 4 Group's story

Solenny is one of the members of the Canal de Bendicion 2 & 4 group, a group in which the majority of members are Haitian immigrants who live in the city of La Romana, where the economy depends on the sugar industry and on luxury tourism. The businesses sell clothes, shoes, cosmetics and food.

Solenny is very excited to receive her tenth loan from Esperanza International, after having satisfactorily repaid her previous loans and having taken steps towards growing her business. She has had her business for almost 5 years, when she began selling miscellaneous products. She is planning to invest her new loan in the purchase of new women's clothes such as jeans, pants, blouses, underwear and skirts.

Solenny is single and she is studying because she wants to become a professional. She tells us that her biggest challenge is to be able to finish her studies. She lives with her parents. She really enjoys studying and selling clothes. She plans to use her earnings to reinvest in her business and to save to pay for anything she needs for her studies. She dreams of having a clothing store and to be able to get married.

In this group: Solenny, Andrecarmen, Mariluz, Polema, Altagracia, Andremena, Fifa, Mirna, Marielena, Betty

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