A loan of $3,775 helped a member to buy stock merchandise for her store.

Vega Monumental Group's story

Jacqueline who is on the right hand side of the photo has dark hair and is wearing a black coat with gray flowers belongs to the Vega Monumental communal bank. She comments that there are various businesses among which the following stand out: dairy products sales, general store, paramedic, new and used clothes sales, costume jewelry, barber shop and gift and toy shop.

Her business is a general store. She started it a long time ago but since August of 2012 it’s been located in another place called Vega Monumental. The only difficulty has been that since it’s a new place full of locales publicity is low which has caused her sales to drop a bit below normal.

She will use the loan she’s requesting to buy more merchandise for her business. What she’s liked best about working with Fondo Esperanza is the fact of getting to know different life stories, the human quality they work with and the wish to create bonds with the people who form her communal bank.

In this group: Mariela Del Pilar, Maria Ximena, Judith Del Carmen, Miriam Del Carmen, Gloria Isabel, Alexandra Rumani, Yubitza Andrea, Ema Cristina, Samuel Joel, Maria Jose, Gloria Betsabe, Hilda Jacqueline, Paulina Andrea, Maria Del Carmen, Cecilia Brunilda, Carmen Gloria, Angelina Judith, Jose Miguel

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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