A loan of $2,325 helped a member to buy small farm animals.


Villa Florida Group's story

The Villa Florida communal bank is starting its 8th loan cycle with 17 members. The members are from Huanchos, Paucarbamba district, Churcampa province, Huancavelica department. The main commercial activities of the members are: farming, raising small farm animals, grocery stores, and animal sales. Such is Flor’s case. She lives with her life partner and has two children. She sells small farm animals that she buys in area communities. Her husband helps her with this work. She will use the funds to buy small farm animals. Flor’s dream is to buy a lot in the city of Huancayo to build her house. The members need varying amounts: 200 soles, 300 soles, 600 soles adding up to a total group loan of 6600 soles.

In this group: Sonilda, Carmela, Maria Magdalena, Flor Edith, Florinda , Julia , Maxima Simona , Rudy, Maura Florinda, Marcelina , Jaromi Emiteria, Herminia, Celedonio, Adelaida, Wilbert, Dina Maria, Teodocio
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