A loan of $1,800 helped a member in the purchase of ingredients like rice, sugar, oil, yuca, pork rinds, cabbage, vinegar, beef, chicken, beef bones, green bananas, ripe plantains, chayote and ayote [squashes], taro, mint, cilantro, salt, firewood, tomatoes, onion, sweet pepper, bitter oranges, etc.


Cumplidas Group's story

The group is made up of three entrepreneurial members. One of these is Concepción, a 40 year old single woman with two children (20 and 2 years old). Her business for four years has been selling food on weekends in her neighborhood serving lunch and buñuelo [a donut like sweet], as well as selling used clothing as a street vendor. Her oldest son helps her deliver food orders to the residences in their neighborhood.

She will invest this loan in the purchase of ingredients like rice, sugar, oil, yuca, pork rinds, cabbage, vinegar, beef, chicken, beef bones, green bananas, ripe plantains, chayote and ayote [types of squash], taro, mint, cilantro, salt, firewood, tomatoes, onion, sweet peppers, bitter oranges, etc.

Yovania is 47 years old and her business is selling food to workers at a health care center in her community. Silvia is 51 years old and her business is a general store run from her home.

In this group: Yovania, Concepcion , Silvia

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Alan Carter



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