A loan of $250 helped buying display cases and grocery items.


Norma's story

Norma is a member of the community bank Mi Peru, which is part of the Arariwa Association. She is 59 years old and has five children. She’s a new member; this is her first time working with Mi Peru. Her primary source of income is selling foods in her home, where she converted one room into a grocery store. She opens at 5 AM and closes at 10 PM. She is still a young woman, and an entrepreneur who feels responsible for seeking out every opportunity to succeed. She works every day to create a better future for her children. She needs this loan so that she can buy two display cases for fish and chicken. She will also buy sugar, noodles, rice, milk, bread, etc. Norma wants to be professional and successful so that she can help her children. She’s grateful for your support, and has promised to make her payments on time.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer



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