A loan of $1,800 helped a member to buy quail eggs.

Unidos Por Jehova Group's story

The "Unidos Por Jehová" [United for Jehovah] group is made up of 5 responsible and supportive members. Máxima earns her living buying and selling quail eggs and works a second job providing cleaning services. At 58-years-old Máxima feels happy because she has succeeded in getting ahead and always supported her family. She used her last loan to buy quail eggs to sell to clients. Her greatest desire is to buy her own house; for now she rents. She is separated and has one independent child. The "Unidos Por Jehová" group appreciates the people who have made this loan possible. In the photo Máxima is the first person on the right, wearing a brown polo shirt and holding her grandson. The picture at the top is of Karla, who wasn't able to make it in time because she had to work.

In this group: Giuliana Martineth, Karla Elsa, Juliana, Maxima Claudia, Rolando Jose

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jill Heske

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