A loan helped para la compra de arroz, azúcar, leche, sal, jabones.


Senobia's story

Senobia is married and has 3 children, currently only 1 daughter lives with her and helps with her business. Senobia has a stand in the central market of Ayacucho where she sells traditional regional soups, which she prepares the night before. She sells from 7 in the morning until 1 in the afternoon. In addition, Senobia has a general store in her home where she sells basic goods.

Senobia belongs to the Wiñarisun Communal Bank, which means "let´s grow" in Quechua. She is requesting a loan for 3,000 soles, which will be used to buy rice, sugar, milk, salt and soap.

Her dream is to have small restaurant in her home so she does not have to go out to the market.
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Molly Puglisi.



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