A loan of $3,450 helped a member to invest in buying groceries and fruits.

Santa Ana Group's story

Greetings from Peru, I am going to introduce you to a group comprised of eight members who have great business initiatives. They are known as the Santa Ana communal bank. One of the members is Rosa, 31 years old. She is a single mother of a son, who is her motivation to fight and progress every day. Rosa works by selling grocery products beginning very early in the morning. She sells them from her grocery store. This way, she can move forward and prosper as a small business owner. With her recent loan, she will invest in buying groceries and fruits to sell. Rosa is very happy with the loan she was awarded and is thankful for the interest and the confidence people have put in her. She promises to continue excelling in order to improve the quality of life for herself and her family.

In this group: Amanda, Roberta, Mirtha Yesenia, Filomeno Juan, Rosario Del Pilar*, Isolina Violeta, Rosa, Neilly Moises
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Amy Polenske

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