A loan of $725 helped a member to invest in shoes, sweaters, polo shirts, wallets, rice, sugar and undergarments.


Celinda's Group's story

Celina, Olivia and Luz Maria are members of the Gratitud Village Bank. Celina is a married, thirty-one-year-old mother of one son. Celina sells clothing, wallets, accessories, footwear, and other items to friends, acquaintances and relatives on credit. She acquires her products from the city of Lima.

Olivia is married, forty-six years old and the mother of four children. Olivia has a stO. in her house where she sells groceries with the help of her children.

Luz is a married, thirty-five-year-old mother of two children who sells catalog cosmetics and undergarments to her friends and relatives on credit.

Celina, Olivia and Luz need loans of 400, 800 and 800 Peruvian Nuevos Soles respectively (totalling 2000 PEN or approximately 725 USD) to invest in shoes, sweaters, polo shirts, wallets, rice, sugar and undergarments.

Celinda, Olivia and Luz each have a dream to own her own stO., expand her business, provide good educations for her children and have her own home.

In this group: Celinda, Olivia, Luz Maria
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