A loan of $2,550 helped a member to buy milk, sugar, tea, oil, flour, bakery, meat, cassava, sweet potatoes, for later resale, purchase of ingredients for the manufacture and sale of foods such as: sausage, sausage, tortillas, empanadas, croquettes, etc, selling drinks such as soda, wine, beer, soft drinks, and ice cream, buy fabric for garments.


Comite Villa Concepcion Group's story

The “ Villa Concepcion” group was formed because of the desire of its members to make more money for their households and help with the household expenses. The received a loan for 800,000 and used it for a variety of things such as buying ingredients to make food, buying milk, sugar, herbs, flour, salt, breads and vegetables for resale, to by second-hand clothes to sell, to buy and sell footwear, to buy and sell meat, to buy and sell cheese, eggs and so on. All of these activities help these women pay for various necessities for their homes and ensure a better future for their children.

Margarita M. sells clothing; Elsa C. D. Ruiz sells meat products; MatilD. Velazquez sells haberdasheries; Atanacia F. sells foodstuffs; Lilian D. B. sells decorations; Ceferina M. sells foodstuffs; Maria Ilda M. sells cleaning products; Sinecia S. sells clothing; Nilsen G. sells desserts; Inocencia D. C. sells snack foods; Maria Elsa C. sells medecines; Faustina C. sells clothing; Paola G. sells foodstuffs; Norma C. sells manicures; Nidia C. sells haberdasheries; Lorenza R. sells foodstuffs; Olga C. sells clothing; Gloria A. sells fruits and vegetables.

In this group: Margarita, Elsa , Matilde , Atanacia, Lilian, Ceferina*, Maria Ilda, Sinecia, Nilsen , Inocencia, Maria Elsa, Faustina*, Paola , Norma, Nidia , Lorenza, Olga, Gloria
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer L K



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