A loan of $375 helped to purchase sugar, rice, milk, eggs and other supplies for her store.

Berta's story

Berta is a married, sixty-year-old mother of two children. Berta has a clothing workshop that specializes in making typical clothes such as jumpers, blouses, although her bad vision has prevented her from producing as much as she would like. Furthermore, Berta has a stocked store where she sells groceries, such as vegetables and meat, in her house. She also sells traditional Peruvian food on Sundays.

Berta needs a loan of 1,000 Peruvian Nuevos Soles (PEN) to invest in sugar, rice, milk, eggs and detergents. Through this loan, Berta hopes to realie her dream of expanding her business and thus helping her children. Berta is a member of the Santa Rita Village Bank.

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