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ANTONIA CHÁVEZ, MICROCREDIT BENEFICIARY
WHO WE ARE
We are a FUNDAP program that was established in 1988 with the purpose of directing all resources, efforts, and actions to enhance the productive capacity of owners of micro and small businesses in the southwest of the country, through the provision of quality services in credit, training, and advice, as an alternative development for Guatemala, and with the aim of being a self-sustainable program that allows generating wealth for a better quality of life for the users of the microenterprise.
WHAT WE DO
Our purpose is to provide credit, training, and advice to owners of microenterprises, offering them an opportunity and an alternative for economic and personal growth. To meet diverse financing needs, working capital is provided through 4 lines of credit: Microenterprise, Infrastructure, Agricultural, and Community Banks. Through a team of committed collaborators, microentrepreneurs are supported with working capital. Respect for the beneficiary prevails, who is given a loan to contribute to the growth of the country, not seeking to meet a monetary goal, but one with a social impact.
HOW WE DO IT
Through a work methodology for each line of credit, the process of granting the loans is guided, amounts are defined, interest rate, periodicity of the payments, collection form, and the treatment of beneficiaries, who must receive cordiality from the Foundation, economic tools, and training topics to achieve personal and business development. Through training and advice, it fosters habits among its beneficiaries, including responsibility, punctuality, saving, and community organization.
The supported area has an extension of 29,989 Km2 (18,634 Square miles), which represent 27.53% of the national territory.
Results of 2022
were assisted through the Microcredit Program
comprise the Microcredit Program team
of the Village Banking program started a business or injected capital.
received credit and training in agricultural topics
remain active supporting our microentrepreneurs
received a credit to strengthen their business
served to cover medical, school or household expenses