A loan of $925 helped a member to buy merchandise to resell.

David 4 Group's story

The members of Group 6 from David Bank of Hope are starting their second loan cycle with Esperanza International. Four of them are involved in retail sales, selling clothes and personal care products. Altagracia N. makes bread and pastries at her home for sale.

Yaquelin Y. is the group representative. This young mother of 5 children (ages 8, 5,3, 2 and 5 months) sells clothes to support her five children. This is not an easy task, since she is a single parent. Her children, being so young, require a lot of attention; so it becomes very challenging for Yaquelin to run her business.

Yaquelin doesn't want to sell clothes forever. She dreams of running a big convenience store one day. She hopes that the profits from her business will allow her to support her children's education. She hopes at least one of them decides to become a doctor.

Thank you for supporting the hard work of these entrepreneurs!

In this group: Yaquelin, Azulia, Iris, Ameritese, Altagracia

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