Rayito De Sol Group
Update on Rayito De Sol GroupThis communal bank is comprised of three successful members and coordinated by Shujeylin, who is 26 years old, married and has two children aged 10 and 5. She sells fruits and vegetables at the markets of Masaya and Managua. She started this business three years ago in order to help with the home expenses and be able to buy things that her children need.
Shujeylin is requesting a loan to buy avocado, mango and cassava. These products are highly demanded by customers at the marketplaces.
The remaining members are Miguel, 31, who has been selling clothes to the Free-Trade Zone workers for two years; and Elizabeth, 27, who sells perishable goods at Masaya’s market. They say that they were able to increase their sales and invest on their businesses thanks to the previous loan.
Previous Loan DetailsThis group is comprised of three members who own small businesses. One of the members is Jessenia, 30. She is married and has two children. She has a business in giving children rides to school from the Pacayita region to Diriomito and Catarina. She has had this business for two years. She is re... More from Rayito De Sol Group's previous loan »
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