A loan of $1,150 helped buy meat to make fried crackling and merchandize for her small grocery store like sugar, rice, milk, spaghetti, refreshments, etc.


Delia's story

Delia is a member of the Urubamba Communal Bank; she is 50 years old and is a mother to 4. She has been a member of FINCA Perú for 7 years and sells fried crackling and has a small grocery store. She says that thanks to the loans she was able to open her own store where she now sells groceries. Delia enjoys going to her Communal Bank’s meetings because they teach her about being punctual and about savings as well as managing her earnings and how to invest in her business. She has learned all of this thanks to the training provided and says that her sponsor is kind and trustworthy. The loan that she wants will be used to buy meat to make fried crackling and merchandize for her small grocery store like sugar, rice, milk, spaghetti, refreshments, etc.

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