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A loan of $2,975 helped a member to buy agricultural supplies for the maintenance of a banana plantation.

Grupo Xojolá Group's story

Julia is a young person of 27 years old, single, (she is the one first from the left wearing a blue blouse), she lives in the municipality of Nahuala, in the Solola department.

Her primary job is agriculture, which her parents taught her, principally the process of banana production. The fruit is sold at a regional level, the most part of the earnings are made in the commercialization which helps sustain her family, which is why they formed a group - to be able to support each other and to be able to sell a greater volume of the production.

Julia is asking for a loan to be able to buy supplies for maintaining the banana plantation, and with this achieve her dream of being able to build her own home.

In this group: Julia Estela, Israela, Maria , Maria , Pascuala, Manuela , Catarina

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Joelle Kuiper

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