A loan of $4,850 helped a member to buy fruit for her business.

Buena Esperanza Group's story

These members belong to the "Buena Esperanza" ("Good Hope") communal bank, which is located in the district, province, and department of Cusco.

María Angélica, one of the members of this group, lives with her partner and has two children. She continues to sell breakfasts and juice. She has been in this business for a good amount of time, and it gives her both personal and financial satisfaction. She sells banana, orange, and papaya juices, among others. She is a responsible and persevering person, which is how she provides for her family.

She will use this loan to buy fruit for her business.

The other members sell clothing and cosmetics, work as touristic guides, raise animals, work in artisan crafts, and make snacks.

The members who appear in the attached photos asked for permission to come late to the meeting for work-related reasons.

María Angélica is grateful to those who will become part of her dream through this loan, and she is committed to paying her installments at the established times.

In this group: Enrique, Lourdes Cecilia, Maria Elena, Iris Agustina, Karol Elena, Eugenia, Maria Angelica, Hernan, Karen Madeleine*
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Amy Volz

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