A loan of $500 helped to buy groceries like raw meats, coffee, torta breads, and drinks.

Mauro Juvenal's story

Our member is named Mauro, and he is a part of the community banking group “Tercer Milenio” in the province of Urubamba in Cusco, Perú. He was laid off as an educator, but he has continued to make a living in casual food sales in the small restaurant located in his home, in which he sells products like breakfasts, sandwiches, tortas (a traditional Mexican sandwich), etc. Mauro will invest his loan money in buying his groceries, like raw meats, coffee, torta breads, drinks, etc. which will allow him to produce and garnish his plates.

Mauro is thankful to Kiva for allowing him to help out his business and to continue maintaining his activities.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Elizabeth Mount

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