A loan of $850 helped to by corn, cacao and peanuts in sacks.


Anatolia's story

Anatolia belongs to the Virgin of Mercedes Cooperative Bank. She lives on Eduardo Peña Street in the Juanjui district, in the Mariscal Cáceres province of San Martín. She is married, 33 years old, and the mother of 3 small children who are still in school.

Anatolia has dedicated herself to the purchase and sale of grains for several years and, together with her family, they have managed to get ahead. She tells us that she feels good about what she does; she has a large location where she can store her products. She is currently well known to her customers, who visit her enterprise on a daily basis to sell and buy agricultural products. She personally attends to them, with the charisma that is so characteristic of her.

She wants to use the loan of 2,500 soles to invest in the purchase of grains such as corn, soy, peanuts, and processed goods such as fish flour and rice dust, by the sack or ton.

These days Anatolia feels like an accomplished woman, with an even greater desire to get ahead. She thanks Manuela Ramos for helping her expand her business more, and also the many women who want to grow business-wise.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer


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