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Total loan: $3,700

Barrio Villa Flores Group

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San Francisco, Municipalidad Metropolitana de Lima, Peru / Personal Use

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A loan helped to buy provisions such as rice, sugar, and other basic necessity products for her family.


Barrio Villa Flores Group's story

The Communal Bank "Barrio Villa Flores" consists of seven members and is in its second loan cycle. The photo only shows the group’s Board of Directors, which consists of the secretary, president, and treasurer. All of the members want to continue improving and moving forward for a better future.

Lidia is 28 years old and has an eight-year-old daughter. She is a single mother who is always seeking to provide for the welfare of her child. Lidia has worked in agriculture for more than eight years. She also earns income by working as a day laborer on other farms.

The challenge of having her own land is carrying out the planting and harvesting. Her loan will be used to buy provisions such as rice, sugar, and other basic necessity products for her family.

Lidia considers herself to be a cheerful, honest, and punctual woman who wants to get ahead so that she can provide a better education for her daughter. She serves as the treasurer for the Communal Bank "Barrio Villa Flores" and always wants to continue helping her fellow group members.