A loan of $2,325 helped a member purchase of cookies, candies and chocolates.

Virgen De Guadalupe Group's story

The Virgen D. Guadalupe Community Bank is starting its second cycle. The partners come from the Huaytara district.

Berta is married and has four adult children and a granddaughter who is under her care. She would like for him to become a professional. Berta sells snacks. She started the business with a capital of 200 soles and kept growing it with the loans from her Community Bank. Her granddaughter and her husband help her with her business. Berta also growns alfafa and sells it to cattlemen.

She is requesting a loan to be used in the purchase of cookies, candies and chocolates.

Berta's dream is to improve her business and for her granddaughter to finish her studies and to become a professional.

In this group: Bertha, Teofila, Carmen Rosa, Paulina, Violeta, Elena , Emilia Lucia, Francisca, Sulema Pilar, Karina Veronica, Juana, Liz Judith, Idilia

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Betyna Almeida-Covarrubias

Loan details

Lenders and lending teams

Loan details