A loan of $4,575 helped a member to buy rice, milk, noodles, and sugar.

La Rosa De Guadalupe Group's story

Greetings from Peru! This group is named “La Rosa de Guadalupe” (The Rose of Guadalupe) and consists of seven hardworking members. Most of them are residents of the area. This group is in its third loan cycle and over time the members have demonstrated that they are responsible.

Rosario is 39 years old, separated from her spouse, and has four children. Three of her children are still dependents. Rosario currently operates a convenience store and bookstore in her home. As a result of her efforts, she has been able to make improvements to her home. Despite the competition, she is pleased to have gained the loyalty of her customers. Rosario is requesting a loan so that she can invest in her convenience store. She will buy groceries such as rice, milk, noodles, and sugar. Her wish is to finish the construction of her home and to expand her business.

The group “La Rosa de Guadalupe” is grateful for the assistance that has been provided so that it will be possible for them to make progress. In the photo, Rosario is the woman wearing a sky-blue jacket and black pants.

In this group: Julia, Norma Alejandrina*, Mayron Alejandro, Rosario Juana, Julia Maruja, Sussan Rrosmery, Julian Edgar
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

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