A loan of $4,475 helped a member to buy clothing; foodstuffs such as flour, oil, noodles, herbs, cigarettes, drinks, meats; jewelry; fruits and vegetables; cosmetics; and items to stock a grocery store.

Amanecer Group's story

This group from the neighbourhood of Barrio Chaipe was created because one of its members found out about the Foundation. All the women are active in productive businesses such as: clothing sales, food sales, jewelry sales, grocery store, general sales, fruits and vegetable sales, tablecloth sales, plastics sales, cosmetics and others. Each woman will receive between 300,000 to 2,000,00; all the women will use their loan for their current business.

1. Hermelinda Gómez- Grocery store
2. María Estela M.- Jewelry sales
3. Graciela Cáceres Sanchez- Transports goods from other countries for retail
4. Cornelia González D.- Pork sales
5. Norma S. de León- Transports goods from other countries for retail
6. Rosa Clara Ruíz Díaz- Grocery store
7. Eufrocina S.- Foodstuffs sales
8. Silvia Esther Giménez Martínez- Clothing sales
9. Noemí Candelaria V. de Rolón- Merchandise sales
10. Griselda Marlene S.- Transports goods from other countries for retail
11. Cristina Maria Rodríguez de Araujo- Transports goods from other countries for retail
12. Laura Haydee Falcón- Grocery store
13. María Elva N. – Clothing sales
14. Sandra Raquel B.- Clothing sales
15. Juana S.- Tablecloth sales
16. María Celia S. – Foodstuffs sales
17. Crescencia Ramírez- Foodstuffs sales
18. María Maxima V.- Cosmetics sales
19. Cristina Mabel V. López- Plastics sales

In this group: Hermelinda, Maria Estela, Graciela, Cornelia, Norma, Rosa Clara, Eufrocina, Silvia, Noemi, Griselda, Cristina, Laura, Maria, Sandra Raquel, Juana, Maria Celia, Crescencia, Maria Maxima, Cristina Mabel, Mabel Leon

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer L K

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