A loan of $1,850 helped a member buy more clothes to sell.

Mujeres Capacitadas Group's story

This group, Mujeres Capacitadas, has four subgroups, four group coordinators and 20 members. Anania H. is one of the coordinators. Her group has five members. She is 20 years old and single, and she does not have any children. Anania sells clothes and shoes in her neighborhood in Imbert. She buys her merchandise in Santiago, the next largest city in the country.

Anania has received one loan from Esperanza and is about to receive a second loan. With her first loan, she was able to buy more clothes to sell. Her monthly sales increased after receiving the first loan. She believes that with her second loan she can increase business even more. Anania is fond of her church. She hopes that she will be able to study tourism at the local university and find a job within the tourism industry later in life. She also hopes that one day she can start a family and have children of her own.

In this group: Anania, Angela, Ana, Leonor, Isidro, Justa, Maria, Maria, Marcelina, Juana

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