Total loan: $850
Ayacucho, Ayacucho, Peru / Clothing
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A loan helped Buy sweaters, sweatshirts, and socks.
Eutropia Teodosia's story
Eutropia belongs to the Kusikuy Communal Bank. Kusikuy means Be Happy in Quechau. What she likes the best is the incentive to save because she could not save at home. Eutropia is married and has three children who go to school. Eutropia travels to two regional fairs where they sell various articles of clothing. She travels on Saturdays and returns to the Vilcas Huaman province on Wednesdays. Also, Eutropia and her husband have a car, which is used for inter-provincial transportation. Eutropia is requesting a loan for 2,400 soles to buy sweaters, sweatshirts, and socks. Eutropia’s dreams are to buy another car and to build a third floor on her house.
Translated from Spanish by Ginny Kalish, Kiva Volunteer