Padre San Jacinto Group
The Acostambo District is 3,600 meters above sea level and is situated to the northeast of Huancavelica, at the end of the immense Mantaro Valley. It is very close to the Huanta riverbed, which is important to local historians because the Incan troops, advancing along the road from Cuzco to Quito, necessarily passed through this territory. The troops camped in the area which today is known as “Tambo Machay” (a tourist destination in Acostambo), which is maD. up of a series of well-defined geological caves.
Main activities: Agriculture, stockbreeding, aquaculture, commerce, handicrafts, and tourism
R. V. is a widower who purchases cows and bulls for a living. He has been both a father and mother to his children since his wife died in an accident. He has fought to turn his children into professionals.
Isabel U. is married and dedicates herself to the business of purchasing pigs. With the loan she will receive, she will purchase piglets to fatten up and sell to pork rinds vendors in Izcuchaca.
Rosa T. is married and her business is to proviD. board to schoolteachers. She will use her loan to purchase rice and sugar sacks for her business. She would like to have her own small shop well supplied with sweets, and to own her own restaurant later on.
El distrito D. Acostambo se localiza a los 3,600 m.s.n.m, se encuentra ubicado al noreste D. Huancavelica, al final del inmenso Valle del Mantaro y muy cerca a la quebrada D. Huanta ayacucho, se tiene referencias por los historiadores D. la zona, D. que el Inca en nuestros antepasados cuando avanzaba con su tropa, por los caminos D. entonces, desD. el Cuzco hacia Quito, pasando necesariamente por este territorio, acampaba con sus tropas en el lugar hoy conocido como "TAMBO MACHAY" (lugar turístico D. Acostambo), el cual está constituido por una secuencia D. cuevas geológicas que cuentan con ambientes claramente delimitados.
Agricultura, ganadería, Acuicultura, Comercio, Artesanía y turismo
R. V., es viudo, se dedica a la compra D. vacas y toros. Rómulo es padre y madre D. sus hijos, su esposa falleció en un accidente, él lucha para que sus hijos sean profesionales.
Isabel U., es casada y se dedica al negocio D. compra D. cerdos, con el préstamo que recibirá comprará pequeños cerditos para engordar y vender en chicharronerías D. Izcuchaca.
Rosa T., es casada y su negocio es dar pensión a profesores D. la escuela, invertirá su préstamo en comprar arroz y azúcar por sacos para su negocio, Le gustaría tener su propia bodeguita bien surtida con golosinas y mas adelante tener su propio restaurante.
About FINCA PeruThis loan is administered by FINCA Peru, one of Kiva’s Field Partners in Peru. FINCA Peru is dedicated to empowering socially and economically disadvantaged women in Peru, contributing to the development of their families, and building sustainable communities.
In 1990, FINCA Peru began by lending to a small group of women widowed by the Shining Path terrorist movement in Ayacucho. Beyond loans and financial services, FINCA offers business development training, personal and family development training, gender empowerment sessions, life insurance products, and financial and social literacy sessions for the children of borrowers. Visit FINCA Peru’s Kiva Field Partner page to learn more.
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