A loan of $1,025 helped a member to open a mini grocery-store at the side of her house.


Fuente De Esperanza (Source Of Hope) Group 4's story

Delfina is the president of the ¨Fuente de Esperanza¨ Bank of Hope and definitely holds sway in her community. She lives in a very poor community surrounded by sugar cane in a rural area outside of El Seibo. Delfina is 77 years old and lives with her husband. She has six children and six grandchildren who now live in the neighboring towns of Higuey and La Romana.

Delfina sells clothing, mainly shirts, to the people in her community. She has successfully repaid two loans to Esperanza International and is now requesting a third. With the loan money, she hopes to open a small ¨colmado¨ (mini grocery-store) at the side of her house.

Note: This is a group loan for 5 people.

In this group: Delfina, Arelis, Maria, Joel, Santa
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