A loan of $2,875 helped a member the members of Bancomunal La Esperanza request a loan to invest in their business.

La Esperanza Group's story

Dionicia is a widow and has four children. She is involved in the sale of candy and snacks, which she does in a peddling manner, walking the streets of the city. Dionicia is requesting a loan of 300 soles, which she wants to invest in the purchase of a cart from where she could sell her products. This way she would have to walk less.

Aurelia is married and has one child. She takes advantage of visits to her husband's mine, where he works, to sell grains. Thanks to the loans, she has been able to increase her business' sales. She is requesting a loan for 1,000 soles, which she will invest in the purchase of grains. With its sales, she will be able to continue saving for the construction of her home, which is her big wish.

Eulalia is married and has two children. Eulalia is involved in the sale of candy and snacks. She sells her merchandise off a tricycle that she had to give up, when she became sick. Now recovered, she continues selling candy and snacks. Eulalia is requesting a loan of 300 soles. With it, she will assist one of her children in the sale of clothing. Her wish is to continue saving in order to purchase a permanent stall for her business.

In this group: Maria Elizabeth, Dionisia, Teodora, Corina, Eulalia, Aurelia, Luisa, Eulalia, Dionicia Eleuteria, Carmen, Maria, Francisca, Yesenia Eulalia, Mariela Beatriz, Emperatriz, Vilma, Edilberto, Felicita Haydee, Maria, Fanny, Vilma

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Veronica Martino

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