A loan of $3,725 helped a member to stock her store.


Nahuen Pullu Group's story

The members of the Nuhuen Pullu communal bank have different businesses such as pastries, jewelry sales, cream sales, and barber shops. Marcela, to the right of the photo, wearing a red jacket, has a grocery store that she started two years ago. She decided to do this because it was impossible for her to work outside the home with her young son. The problem she has always had is not having enough money to be able to cover all expenses and buy more inventory for her business, although her family has always been very supportive. The money from this loan will allow her to buy more merchandise and she will save the rest for any unplanned needs that may occur. She is very happy because she knows that she will have a good period if she receives this money. She is excited because she will be able to renovate and come up with new ways to attract more customers. What she enjoys most about working with Fondo Esperanza is the work with the group because she joined a bank with her neighbors and they all know one another, which makes this experience more satisfying and fun.

In this group: Cecilia Irene, Leticia Del Carmen, Valeria Del Carmen, Romina Alexandra, Rosa Elvira, Jeannette Monica, Marcela Del Rosario, Margarita Hortensia, Hilda Rosa, Olga Ximena, Luisa Antonia, Scarleth Romane, Elizabeth Fabiola, Maria Teresa, Marta Elena, Maria Veronica, Loreto Irene, Yessica Andrea
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Hugo Reyes



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