Total loan: $550
San Martín, San Martin, Peru / Clothing
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A loan helped Purchase of lingerie merchandise.
Julia Nenith's story
Mrs. Julia Nenith belongs to the Communal Bank, “Las Triunfadoras”, in the Banda D. Shilcayo district, San Martín province, San Martín department. She is a widow, is 55 years old, and has 5 independent children. With self-motivation and the goal of growing her economic investments, she decided to begin to sell Leonisa and Catty Ross brand underwear in her free time. As her clients have been ordering monthly by catalog, she has been able, little by little, to build her own stock and now has more capital. Today, she runs her business out of her own home, where her principal clients are neighbors and friends. She tells us that her business is going very well since she now has regular clients. With this loan of 1,500 PEN she will increase her stock of underwear by buying items such as: socks, bikinis, bras, and pajamas for women, men, and children. Julia Nenith has a happy and charismatic character, helping her sell to her clients, according to the Movimiento Manuela Ramos, which is an organization that helps women develop themselves and make progress by attaining the same opportunities as men.
Translated from Spanish by Julia Kastner, Kiva Volunteer