Microloans Help Guatemalan Women Reach Their Goals

 
$9,582
$15,418
Raised
Remaining
Mar 27, 2010

Eight new microloans funded!

Francisca proudly shows off her blackberries
Francisca proudly shows off her blackberries

Thanks to the generosity of GlobalGiving donors MayaWorks has funded eight new projects since the beginning of the year! The projects are very creative and promise a healthy return on investment.

Women are selling milk obtained by the purchase of a dairy cow and are raising baby pigs to be sold at market for meat. Others have planted crops such as peas, blackberries and potatoes which will be sold to exporters. One entrepreneur has opened a small stuffed animal business!

There's no limit to what women can do when given the tools to succeed!

Arcadia
Arcadia's happy with the income from her dairy cow
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Organization

MayaWorks

Berwyn, IL, United States
http://www.mayaworks.org

Project Leader

Jeannie Balanda

Executive Director
Chicago, Illinois United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Microloans Help Guatemalan Women Reach Their Goals