A loan of $3,350 helped a member buying merchandise (medicines).

Wayna Ccapac Group's story

This borrower belongs to the “WAYNA CCAPAC” communal bank. She lives in Urubamba province in the department of Cusco.

Her name is Yessica, and she is 28 years old and a single mother. She runs a small pharmacy; she studied pharmacy at the university, and with much effort, she was able to assemble enough capital to open her pharmacy. She sells all types of health-related products. She has operated this business for 1 year, and it is going very well for her. The father of her child works in the municipality of Maras, and he sends her money for the little one's daily sustenance. Yessica dreams of expanding her business, and for this reason she is requesting the loan, so that she can buy merchandise (medicines) on credit; she will make an initial deposit and gradually pay off the rest.

The other group members pursue a range of activities, such as selling dry goods, working as a waiter in a restaurant, raising animals to sell in the market, or operating a grocery store.

The members infinitely value and appreciate the loan granted to them, since it will allow them to expand their businesses and improve their quality of life; accordingly, they are committed to making their payments on time.

In this group: Paulina, Yovana, Isabel, Sonia, Cleofe, Emperatriz, Reynaldo, Nelida, Ignacio, Yessica

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Patricia Linderman

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