A loan of $2,100 helped a member to buy chickens.


El Futuro Del Mañana Group's story

This group is “El Futuro Del Mañana” (Tomorrow’s Future) and it has five hardworking, responsible members. It’s starting its sixth cycle. Esther’s a merchant for she’s been selling chickens for more than six years in her local market. The business arose with the idea of improving income to contribute to her home. Thanks to her effort Esther has been able to reach some of her dreams like improving her house and buying her own stand where she currently sells the chickens. She will use her latest loan to buy chickens. Her next goal is to finish building her house. Esther is 47-years-old, separated and has three independent children. Esther is first on the right wearing a pink and white blouse and turquoise pants. Rosario appears in the upper part on the left side; she was unable to arrive on time due to work. The El Futuro Del Mañana group thank the people who make this loan possible.

In this group: Esther, Rosario Mercedes, Julia Elizabeth, Karina Zenaida, Paul Giovani
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz



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