A loan of $6,400 helped a member to buy beer.

Villa Quiquijana Group's story

This is a member of the “VILLA QUIQUIJANA” communal bank. Martina is 50 years old, is separated and has seven children. She has a restaurant where she sells different types of dishes such as baked goods, fried pork rinds, “lechon” (a dish made from pork), and other things. She also sells beer and chicha and has been doing this for a good amount of time; things are going well for her thanks to the daily efforts she puts in. She is a responsible and hardworking woman who wants to keep working and supporting her family.

She needs a loan to buy beer for her business.

The other members sell food, have grocery stores, sell grains, sell clothing, have a pharmacy, and teach.

The members in the attached photos could not attend the meeting due to work commitments.

The person with her face covered is not part of the communal bank.

This member is grateful for the support and promise to make their payments on time.

In this group: Gloria, Augusta, Guadalupe, Juliana, Martina, Felipa, Honorata, Dani Marisa, Julia Marleny*, Milagros Del Pilar, Victor Hugo*, Agripina
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Hugo Reyes

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