A loan of $1,400 helped a member to buy more fruit and vegetables.


Sol De Nueva Jerusalen Group's story

Carina, 28, is from the city of Bilwi. She’s married and has two children. She’s a cassava, ‘malanga’ [a starchy tuber], banana, ‘quequisque’ [a starchy tuber], fruit and charcoal, among others street vendor. She’s asking for a loan to increase the products she sells to earn higher income to be able to build her house out of concrete and to set up her business in space in the Bilwi market.

Berta and Haidina have market spaces where they sell basic grains like beans, corn and supplies (cassava, malanga, quequisque, bananas, plantain, etc.) They are requesting financing to buy more products for their businesses.

In this group: Carina , Haidina, Bertha

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz



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