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Total loan: $5,300

Natividad Group

Pichari, Cusco, Peru / Food

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A loan helped to invest in her business buying supplies, ingredients, and drinks such as sodas and Frugos juices.


Natividad Group's story

Gardenia is considered to be a good, responsible, and very honest person in her community. She belongs to the Natividad Communal Bank, which has nine members and where she is the treasurer. In the photo, first in the blue pants is Gardenia. The next person is the secretary, Nilda, and the last is the president, Maximina.

Ten years ago Gardenia started selling food. She has a small restaurant in front of her house. Now, due to the pandemic, she is remodeling and relocating things. So that her customers can get their lunches she will only make lunch deliveries.

She is requesting a loan to invest in her business buying supplies, ingredients, and drinks such as sodas and Frugos juices.

In addition, Gardenia lives with her four children ages 10, 13, and 8 years old, and her little newborn 10-day-old baby. As a second income, she supports her husband in agriculture. They harvest cacao. Both seek to improve their lifestyle.