A loan of $1,125 helped a member buying merchandise.

Kilimanjaro Group's story

Nora is the coordinator of this group. She started her business selling clothes to be able to help her husband with the household expenses. She started this business 5 years ago, selling in front of her house, and she currently sells in street markets close to her home.

Blanca started her business to help her husband give their daughters a better quality of life and make sure they were not lacking in anything. She started a little more than 1 year ago, selling snacks like sodas, chips, and candy. She has currently stocked her business more like a general store, since she wants to have a better established store in the future.

Nely started her business because she needed an activity that would allow her to tend to her children and at the same time obtain an extra income. She started with this business 2 years ago, selling for another person, but little by little she got her own customers so she decided to sell independently in order to obtain higher profits.

They form the group Kilimanjaro and they need $1125, which they will pay back in 5 months, to be able to buy merchandise for their businesses and thus be able to maintain them. They trust that with your support this will be possible.

In this group: Nora Hilaria, Blanca Aurora, Nely Guadalupe

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Eliana Colunga

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