Las Ranitas (Flat) Group
Update on Las Ranitas (Flat) GroupAngelica is an enterprising woman that has worked for over 8 years breeding pigs and selling cosmetics. She says she decided to start working in her own business because she wanted to help her husband with the household expenditures, so she started earning some money by acquiring and breeding pigs. Since then she has been dedicated to this activity.
Angelica says she has to spend her time feeding the pigs and keeping the pens clean, but all of this is completely worth it when she gets to obtain a good amount of money for her sales. In her free time she also sales cosmetics from a catalog line to have an extra income. A loan from Kiva and VisionFund will help her to buy pig feed and cosmetics. She hopes that with this investment her business will be prosper and she will be able to give her family a better quality of life.
Other members of the group are: Teresa, who sells natural products; Alejandrina, who sells food; Verónica, who sells honey and cosmetics; and Agustina, who sells traditional corn-based Mexican dishes.
Los demás integrantes del grupo son: Teresa venta de productos naturistas, Alejandrina venta de comida, Verónica venta de miel y cosméticos y Agustina venta de antojitos.
Previous Loan DetailsDoña Teresa is a member of a group called Las Ranitas. She is 63 years old, married to Macario, a day laborer, and only has a middle school education. Doña Teresa has grown noni fruits for a little more than a decade, caring for a small orchard at her home and harvesting the fruit. She says t... More from Las Ranitas (Flat) Group's previous loan »
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