A loan of $5,650 helped a member to buy chicken, food items, vitamins, and a freezer.

Banco Mujer Unido De Suretka Group's story

Jennifer belongs to the communal bank Mujer Unido de Suretka [United Women of Suretka]. She is just 20, is the mother of four young children, and has lived in a free union for four years. She keeps bees, a trade she took up after realizing she needed to help pay household expenses, as her companion's monthly income is low.

This is her fourth loan cycle, and she will use the loan to buy chicken, food items, vitamins, and a freezer where she can keep the chickens fresh and ready for customers. She used her previous loans to start and build her business. She has definite goals, the most important of which is to keep studying so that her income rises in the future. Jennifer and six other members are going to invest in commercial and farming activities.

In this group: Nancy , Antonia, Jennifer, Franci, Mary, Enriqueta, Lilliana

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer

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