A loan of $4,475 helped a member to purchase catalog merchandise to sell.

Banco Mujer Santa Marta Group's story

Rosibel is 41 years old, married, and has three children. Currently she lives with her children and her husband. Two of her kids are in primary school and the other is in high school. Rosibel’s husband is self-employed and works on a small farm in a rural community which is where the family lives. She is an organized, nice, and humble woman who not only wants to grow her business but to also to grow on a personal level. Rosibel’s principal line of work is door-to-door sales of catalog merchandise but she also has experience raising animals such as chickens, pigs, and cattle. For many years, she has been committed to door-to-door sales to help her husband. Due to the income that Rosbel has generated from her sales, she has been able to assist her children with school expenses and contribute a little to the home expenses. Thanks the Fundación she has extended the reach of her business and achieved personal growth. Rosibel believes that she can grow even more and improve the quality of life of her and her family.

Rosibel is requesting a loan to invest in more catalog merchandise. Along with her four group loan partners, her group will invest in the materials needed to start a beauty salon and purchase cattle. This loan will help Rosibel and her partners grow both personally and professionally.

In this group: Rosibel, Viviana, Sandra , Lucrecia, Siomara
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