A loan of $4,825 helped a member to buy sweets, groceries, drinks, and other products to sell.

La Esperanza Group's story

The La Esperanza communal bank was formed by neighbors in the city of Santaní, where all the members work in independent activities. Together, they form a united and hard-working group.

Teodolina is a special case, as she became a domestic employee by starting her own business, which consists of a well-stocked, small restaurant. She is an enterprising woman who, through her efforts, is improving her living conditions.

She is requesting this loan to invest in buying sweets, groceries, drinks, and other products, which will allow her to continue with her sales. She is grateful for the help she is receiving.

In this group: Marina, Gilda, Sebastiana, Mariana, Gloria, Anastasia, Tomasa, Cristina, Ada, Nicolaza, Alejandrina, Luz, Zulma, Teodolina, Fatima, Claudia, Norma*, Francisc*, Alicia*, Cecilia*
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Amy Polenske

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