Amistad Del Sur Group
Update on Amistad Del Sur GroupThe communal bank "Amistad del Sur" ["Friendship of the South"] was established in the Chasquipampa area. It is entering its third lending cycle after having completed its first one. The bank is made up of 8 members, who work in a variety of activities.
One is Señora Beatriz, who works selling food at various sports fields. She doesn't live with her husband as they are separated, and she she has two children who are attending university. The work that she undertakes is very self-sacrificing, as everything she does, she does for her children who also help her out with her work. She has the sole goal of seeing her children become professionals, so she is very grateful for the trust being placed in her and her association. Señora Beatriz works hard for the well-being of her children, as this is her sole source of income to support her family.
With the money from the loan, she will purchase ingredients for preparing her dishes, such as rice, potatoes, noodles, and also drinks.
Previous Loan Details“Amistad del Sur” (Friendship of the South) is a Communal Bank that consists of nine members who are starting their second loan cycle. They did not experience any problems with repaying their previous loan. To date, the members have demonstrated great responsibility with their payments. They e... More from Amistad Del Sur Group's previous loan »
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