A loan of $3,675 helped a member to buy animal feed.

La Esperanza Group's story

The "La Esperanza" communal bank was created through the joining together of several neighbors from the town of Santaní, am area relatively far away, where most of its members makes their living in agricultural activities. It is a city that is still under development and is growing.

Claudia forms part of this group and makes her living rearing and selling farm yard animals such as chicken and pigs. She comments that although it is a hard job, she does it to help her family. She is seeking this loan to invest in the purchase of animal feed for her animals in order to continue rearing them for their subsequent sale.

In this group: Marina, Zulma, Luz, Sebastiana, Alejandrina, Mariana, Nicolaza, Fatima, Tomasa, Anatacia, Gilda, Adela, Claudia, Margarita, Norma, Gloria, Alicia, Felicita

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Severine

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