A loan of $1,925 helped a member to purchase T-shirts, tights, jeans for men and women, blouses, shorts, underwear and other items.


Guadalupana Group's story

This group is formed of three hardworking members who have a great deal of solidarity with each other. The group is led by Bertha, who is a single 41-year-old woman. She sells new clothing to the members of her community. She started this business eight years ago, and it has enabled her to cover a portion of her household expenses. She is seeking a loan in order to purchase T-shirts, tights, jeans for men and women, blouses, shorts, underwear and other items, with the aim of increasing her income. The other members of the group are: Rosa, who is 53 and sells paper in the markets in the capital city Luis, who is 56 and has sold fruits and vegetables in the local markets and in the city of Niquinohomo for the last six years

In this group: Rosa , Bertha, Luis Alberto
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Kevin Bohnert



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