A loan of $975 helped she will buy products and tools for her sewing workshop, and stock her full-service business with screwdrivers, hammer, and pliers, among other things.


Aurora's story

Aurora, 37, is an entrepreneurial woman. She lives with José; together they have 6 children. They live comfortably in their own house. Her work consists of running her own full-service business out of her own home. This business is already established. In addition, she offers automotive mechanical advice. On the other side, she is a seamstress.

She has more than 5 years of experience in both fields. In the first field, her husband helps; he is in charge of the vehicle repairs and the parts and tools needed for excellent service. In the second field, she produces costumes and other clothing. Now, she has a contract to produce a variety of designs.

She hopes that later on she can increase the size of her sewing workshop where she could do her work more comfortably, just like her full-service side of the business.

This is the second loan with MFP. She is happy to work with the group since she considers them good people. In addition, she thanks the work of the communal bank because they give her a lot of help.

With the amount she is requesting, 2,500 soles, she will buy products and tools for her sewing workshop, and stock her full-service business with screwdrivers, hammers, and pliers, among other things.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Clemens Mayer


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