A loan of $5,550 helped a member to buy a variety of clothing to sell.

Madres Emprendedoras Group's story

This group is called Madres Emprendedoras (Entrepreneurial Mothers). It is in its fifth cycle of the women's committee program, where they all work and help each other move forward in life. They are doing the survey on eliminating poverty, and six of them are below the poverty line.
One of the members is Rosalia, who sells used clothing and cleans houses. She works twice as hard so that she can be successful and improve her life and her income. She wants to be able to offer her family everything they need and to develop her own skills so she can move ahead.
Rosalia is requesting this loan to buy clothes, which will help her solidify her business plan and increase her income.

In this group: Nilda, Deisy, Carmen, Jorgelina, Rosalia, Alicia, Pamela, Claudia, Rosalba, Nadia, Sabina, Limpia, Odila, Marila, Lucina, Maria, Maria
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Andrea Rosenberg

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