A loan helped a member to purchase T-shirts, pants, sweaters, and blouses.

Sumac Quilla Group's story

The members belong to the communal bank Sumac Quilla. This bank is located in the district of Cusco, belonging to the province of Cusco and the department of Cusco.

The member is Zenilda Lelia. She lives with a partner. She is 34 years old and has three children. She works at her business of selling clothing. She sells clothing for children, such as pants, blouses, sweaters, and T-shirts. She is an enterprising and determined woman, who wants to provide for her family through this business. Her dream is to have a location where she can sell the clothing. She is requesting the loan to purchase T-shirts, pants, sweaters, and blouses.

The photo of the members that is attached to the group photo was taken after the meeting because they asked for permission due to work reasons. This loan is part of one of the Asociacion Arariwa’s credit lines. Its name is Credi Yapa. This line of credit is granted to borrowers with a good credit history, and this is a group that meets the requirements.

The other members earn a living with their businesses of selling computers, selling clothing, a grocery store, and an internet business. The member is grateful to those who are part of her dream in this way, and she commits to making her payments in the established time frame.

In this group: Zenilda Lelia, Adelaida, Florencia, Jackeline Patricia, Dina, Saturnina Eufrosina, Flor Lizbeth, Saul, Johani Darleen, Christian Johnson, Shirley Magaly

Translated from Spanish.

This loan is special because:

It uses a group-lending method to reach low-income borrowers.

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