Total loan: $6,725

Emprendedores De Quisto Valle Group

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Pichari, Cusco, Peru / Agriculture

Emprendedores De Quisto Valle Group's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped to buy compost in order to improve her cacao harvest.

Emprendedores De Quisto Valle Group's story

Delfina is an enterprising, hardworking, and responsible woman who has the drive to succeed. She has three children (ages 18, 15, and 7) who are her inspiration and reason to continue working hard.

Six years ago, Delfina started farming by cultivating cacao, bananas, and cassava. She also has a small shop where she sells insecticide as a way of generating more income. For this opportunity, Delfina is requesting a loan to buy compost in order to improve her cacao harvest. Her goal is to offer a quality product at a fair price to her customers.

Delfina’s goal is to invest in her small shop, strengthen it, and expand it so that she can generate more income. One of the most difficult moments she had to endure was losing her husband eight years ago. Since the death of her husband, she has worked hard to support her children.

The photo shows three representatives: the president, the treasurer, and the secretary. The Communal Bank group "Emprendedores de Quisto Valle" consists of 10 members.