A loan of $3,700 helped a member to buy vegetables.

Santa Ana Group's story

This is the "Santa Ana" group, made up of six enterprising people who are very creative when it comes to business. Amanda is 56 years old and a mother to seven children. For three years she has been making a living selling vegetables (potatoes) in a small market. She tells us that her customers are loyal, thus she earns a profit to cover household costs. In the future Amanda would like to have her own premises where she can sell her vegetables and so earn higher profits. With this loan, Amanda will invest in buying more products (pumpkin, carrots, radish, potatoes, and more) and then will be able to prosper. Amanda and all the other members of the group are grateful to Kiva and Edaprospo for this loan and for the trust that they are being given. In the photo, Amanda is the first on the left, wearing a black jacket. Amanda promises that she achieve all her proposed targets.

In this group: Amanda, Roberta, Mirtha Yesenia, Rosario Del Pilar, Rosa, Neilly Moises*
*not pictured

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Iain Gaw

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