A loan of $1,900 helped a member to pay her workers.

Tayta Cruz De Muruhuay Group's story

This is the Tayta Cruz de Muruhuay group, made up of six enthusiastic and hardworking members who have a common desire to improve every day on behalf of the well-being of their families.

This is the case of Elena, 56, a widow with two independent children. She has worked for more than 20 years planting and harvesting avocados and bananas, which she then distributes to stores and markets. Elena's a woman who has had to make an effort to support her children's education. Currently she uses her income for planting and some household expenses.

She requested the loan for her harvest because she has to pay her workers. His biggest desire is to continue working positively.

She and the Tayta Cruz de Muruhuay group are grateful for the loan offered. She's the second one from the left, wearing a brown t-shirt. Jorge wasn't able to be there because of work.

In this group: Veronica Claria, Jhonatan Nazareno, Jorge Rolando*, Bertha Virginia, Elena Ybis, Julia Zenobia
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall

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