A loan of $1,675 helped a member to purchase clothes for her neighborhood store.


Banco Mujer Llena Group's story

Ana Patricia is 38 years old. She is mother to two teenagers and a young boy, and she alone is in charge of providing the children with proper living conditions. She pays for her eldest son's university studies, as well as English classes for her daughter because she doesn't have enough for her university tuition too. Her youngest son is in elementary school, and all three children are honor-roll students. Ana has been able to achieve this thanks to her work as a merchant. She has a neighborhood clothing store for all kinds of people, and her children help her so she can go out to sell the articles her different customers desire. Ana is requesting this loan to invest in merchandise, especially for Mother's Day, when she is certain her sales will increase since she offers a variety of women's products. With the earnings, she will be able to continue paying for her children's education, food and basic expenses. Her biggest dream is to see her children graduate from college, since she never had the chance herself. She chose Kiva partner Fundación Mujer for the low interest rate and the personalized attention.

In this group: Ana Patricia , Cindy , Carla Vanessa , Bernarda , Nathaly Del Carmen, Alba Luz

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Marty Greenstein



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