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El Grupo Solidario De Alao Group

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Tarapoto, San Martin, Peru / Agriculture

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A loan helped to purchase chickens and do maintenance on her cacao and bean crops in order to provide her customers with better service.


El Grupo Solidario De Alao Group's story

The Solidario de Alao group is made up of eight members and they are in their seventh cycle. You can see that only three representatives of the group are in the photo, as they could not all get together due to the pandemic. You can see the leaders from the board of directors.

Lluliana is 39 years old, and she belongs to the Solidario de Alao group. She is supportive and friendly, and she likes to support her group a lot. She feels bad when she cannot do things well and she is always looking to improve her quality of life.

For the past ten years, she has been selling snacks, and she sells food in the afternoons, offering people the dishes that she makes. In addition, she grows cacao, corn, and beans, she raises chickens, and she sells plantain chips, toasted corn kernel snacks, and more.

She and her partner keep on going for the wellbeing of her their three children, who are 14,8, and 3 years old. Her goal is to build her own kiosk in front of her home.

She is requesting a loan to purchase chickens and do maintenance on her cacao and bean crops in order to provide her customers with better service.

Her dream is to have her own space, to increase her merchandise, and also to purchase groceries, kitchenware, tables, and chairs to expand her business.