A loan of $700 helped for the purchase of clothing items.

Trinidad Esperanza's story

Trinidad P. is a dynamic and collaborative woman. Se lives in the Calleria District, of the Ucayali region. She's 62 years old, mother of 10 children, all grown. She sells various clothing items. At the same time, she sells sodas, jackets, ice--everything is made in her home. She relies on her husband's support who is a motor car driver. They formed part of the Communal Bank "Las Divinas" (the divine ones) six years ago. The first loan she received was for 300 soles that allowed her to invest in the purchase of staples for selling food for a business she previously had. At the moment she needs a loan of 2000 soles that will let her invest in the clothing purchases to later sell. Trinidad's goal is to have an area of her own to exhibit her merchandise.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jo Longnecker

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