A loan of $1,875 helped a member to purchase various types of merchandise.

Solidaria Mujer Con Visión De Exito Group's story

The group Visión de Éxito received the information lecture and during the month of March they cancelled their first loan. This demonstrated that they are a group that is committed to proper payment procedures, that they are organized, have a strong desire to work, and support one another in growing not only financially but personally as well. They formed their board of directors in a democratic manner and filled out their second loan application in keeping with the rules of Solidaria Mujer.

All of these women are the heads of their households, taking care of the children and other necessities, and they wish to combine their abilities in order to succeed and purchase various type of merchandise. They all have a good clientele and ample business experience, some with more than 20 years. They sell clothing, sandals, and perfume among other things, and they are all very familiar with their market, their suppliers, and their clients, which allows them to make the most of their investments. With the loan that they are currently asking for they would like to increase their sales catalogue for the summer season in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

This group became interested in working with Fundación Mujer through the recommendation of the groups formed by Fray Casiano, and they received the information lecture. During the month of May, the were given the training lecture, which demonstrated that they are a dependable and organized group who have a strong desire to work and to support one another in growing not only financially, but personally as well. Forming their board of directors in a democratic manner, they then filled out their credit application to begin their work in keeping with the requirements of Banco Mujer.

The president of this group is a young woman of 20 named Argerie. She is married, her husband helps support her business, and has a 3-year-old child. She works with the hope of providing her son with a better future.

They all live in Barranca, Puntarenas, an area that has few options for employment. Argerie will be able to invest in her home-based business selling clothing, sandals, and costume jewelry that she purchases from larger business in the Central Valley and look for new ways to generate income.

In this group: Argerie , Ana Lorena , Xinia , Consuelo
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