A loan of $1,400 helped a member to buy avocado and mango crops to resell.


Tano Group's story

This solidarity group is made up of four members and is coordinated by Estanilao, who is 66 years old and married. He works selling crops, and his major customers are in countries like Honduras and Costa Rica. He has completed three loan cycles with ADIM, which has allowed him to make improvements in his business that have helped him increase his profits. He is requesting this loan to buy avocado and mango crops. He hopes to improve his income. The other members of the group are Teresa, who is 37 years old and has worked for ten years making and selling pinol [flour made from toasted maize] and pinolillo [a drink made from pinol] in her home; María Auxiliadora, who is 23 years old and has worked for four years butchering hogs; and Joseling, who is 21 years old and has worked for four years selling clothing and footwear.

In this group: Estanilao , Teresa Del Pilar, Joseling Scarleth, María Auxiliadora
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Graham Robinson



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