A loan of $1,775 helped a member working capital.

Huacchacunapac Group's story

The members of the communal bank HUACCHACUNAPAC live in the rural community of Ccapana, in the Quispicachis district of the Cusco region, which is four hours from the city of Cusco. This bank has 14 members who are engaged in a variety of business activities. Principally they are farmers, cultivating land to produce potatoes and corn. Others are engaged in the production of livestock; they purchase cattle and fatten them and reproduce them so that they can improve their breeds and sell their calves. In addition they produce dairy products from the cows, such as fresh milk and natural yogurts and cheeses. Other members sell dry products such as seeds, lima beans, corn, cereals and beans, among others. This group is requesting a loan to continue investing in improving their production and their quality of life through these activities. The group members appreciate and value the loan granted through these means, and commit to making the payments on the debt in the established timeframe.

In this group: Bernardina*, Sofia, Rebeca Magdalena, Valentin Eusebio, Paulina, Leoncio, Arcadio, Lucio, Felipa, Gregorio, Abel, Nieves, Olga, Alejandra
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lisa Grobar

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