A loan of $2,175 helped a member to buy merchandise, such as packaged foods and soft drinks.

Superacion Group's story

The Superacion group is made up of two female members. The leader is Miss Maria, age 54, who owns a corner store that sells basic items in the Villa Fátima neighborhood. This loan will be her first with this lender and she plans to use it to buy merchandise, such as packaged foods and soft drinks to stock her store. The reason she is taking out this loan is the intense demand that she sees and the increasing sales that go with it, making it necessary for her to stock up on merchandise. Maria faces a number of challenges in her business, including the competition from the many other stores in her area. She will use the gains from this new merchandise to keep her store stocked and keep on growing day by day. Her business goals are to be able to keep up with sales and have a bigger and better stocked store, so she can grow her business.

In this group: Marcela, Maria Elena

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jacob Bintliff

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