A loan of $3,250 helped a member to buy goods like rice, sugar, flour and beans.


Esperanza Asegurada 3 & 4 Group's story

Carmela is one of our businesswomen. She works selling grocery products in her small store in her house. This kind of business is called "Colmado". She is a mother with 2 children. Only one of them lives together with her and her long term partner. They both work to support the needs of their household, and Carmela works every day to provide her children with a good education, clothing and food. She belongs to the "Esperanza Asegurada 3 & 4" Group together with 9 neighbors who also work hard to bring more stability to their families.

Carmela is receiving her 10th loan from Esperanza Internacional and, because her loan repayments have been made punctually, she has been able to strengthen her business and make good investments. Her plan for this new loan is to invest in her business by buying different types of goods for daily meals, to increase her business inventory and to give better service to her clients. She uses the profits from the sales she makes to save. She thanks you for your support.

In this group: Carmela, Josette, Lesimo, Carmen, Titolo, Carlos, Enisa, Bernarda, Santa*, Miguelina*
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