A loan of $925 helped to invest in the wholesale purchase of wool of various colours and sizes.


Ana Elizabet's story

The member belongs to the “SOLIDARIDAD-CACHIMAYO” communal bank, located in the Cachimayo district, in the Urubamba province, Cusco department.

Ana Elizabet is 32. She lives with her partner and they have two children ages 11 and 7. She is a retailer and has a stand in a very well-known shopping center in Cusco. She rents this stand and sells woolen bedspreads for babies and adults. She also sells sweaters, gloves, scarves, caps, stockings, cardigans, and blankets. All of these products are made of fine Peruvian wool and are her designs. She wants to have a wholesale distributor for her hand-made sweaters so that she can focus on her baby blankets and blankets in general. She makes them for single and double beds using appliqué. She is requesting this loan to invest in the wholesale purchase of wool of various colours and sizes.

She is grateful for the support that you are providing and promises to repay her quotas in a disciplined manner.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Christine Cooper



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