: Mexico -
: Retail
: $1,275
: Kiva

esEl grupo “Arcoiris D. L. C.” nombrado así por que son un grupo alegre y todas son originarias D. L. Ranchería L. C.. Es integrado por cinco mujeres. Los representa doña María RemeD. López Sánchez, todos sus hijos están casados, elL. se dedica a L. venta D. pescado junto con su esposo. Doña Doris D. D. V., tiene 2 hijos, se dedica a L. venta D. cerdo junto con Martha C. O., doña Martha tiene 1 hija; María D. Los Santos D. L. C. L. tiene 1 hija y Araceli D. D. López tiene 2 niñas, ambas se dedican a L. venta D. pollos que crían en sus respectivos domicilios.

Doña Mello (como le llaman a Maria Remedioa)junto con su esposo tienen su venta D. pescado D. manera ambulante que sale a vender su esposo en un triciclo en L. misma ranchería y comunidades vecinas y también tiene su venta D. productos D. primera necesidad en su domicilio como azúcar, arroz, leche, galletas, refrescos, etc. Sueña con tener una tienda D. abarrotes bien surtida.

Todas ellas son mujeres muy trabajadoras, alegres y sus actividades son algunas variadas, es un grupo solidario y se conocen desD. hace años.

Agradecen el apoyo que le brinda L. Fundación y KIVA por ser considerados para poder realizar sus sueños.enThe Arcoiris D. L. C. (Rainbow of the Cross) group got its name because they are a happy group, and all of them are from the C. settlement. The group is comprised of five women.

María RemeD. López Sánchez represents the group. All of her children are married. She and her husband sell fish together.

Doris D. D. V. has two children. She sells pigs together with Martha C. O.. Martha has a daughter.

María D. Los Santos D. L. C. L. has one daughter, and Araceli D. D. López has two daughters. They both sell chicken that they raise in their respective homes.

Mello (as they call Maria Remedioa) and her husband have a business selling fish. Her husband sells in an itinerant way. He leaves on his tricycle to sell in the same settlement and neighboring communities. She also sells basic needs products in her home. She sells products like sugar, rice, milk, cookies, and soft drinks, etc. She dreams of having a well stocked grocery store.

They are all very hard-working and happy women. Their activities are varied. They are a supportive group, and they have known each other for years.

They are grateful to the Foundation and to Kiva for the support they have provided and for considering them so that they can continue their small businesses and make their dreams a reality.

Translated from Spanish by Ginny Kalish, Kiva Volunteer

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