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Jul 22, 2016 8:30 EST

Mexico – Arcoiris De Colores Group: A loan of $4,300 helps a member to buy vegetables, spices, chillis, meat, rolls of bags, material for tablecloths, and gas.

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Arcoiris De Colores Group

 
 
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Arcoiris De Colores Group’s story

Margarita is known by her friends as Mago. She is married to Gabriel, and together the couple has five children, all financial dependents. With the firm goal of improving her quality of life, Margarita opened a business making a selling “mixiotes”, a traditional Mexican dish made with a spice called annotto. Margarita also offers banqueting and waitering services, and rents out tables. In doing so, she provides jobs to more than 15 people.

With profits, Margarita has been able to expand her business and offer a fuller and more personal service to customers. On average, Margarita has two full events per month, and on other occasions rents out chairs, tablecloths, and tables.

Margarita has applied for another loan in order to buy vegetables, spices, chillis, meat, rolls of bags, material for tablecloths, and gas, and continue with her work.

In this group: Beatriz , Margarita , Jorge Samuel, Maribel , Arcelia , Martha Alicia , Ailyn Viridiana , Guadalupe , Guadalupe , Jose Antonio , Maria Elena, Maria Teresa , Daniel , Abisai , Tatiana
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Iain Gaw View original language description 

This loan is special because:

It gives rural low-income families in Mexico a chance to work for a better future. 

Juan
Kiva staff

A loan of $4,300 helps a member to buy vegetables, spices, chillis, meat, rolls of bags, material for tablecloths, and gas.

Contact Information:

Arcoiris De Colores Group

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