A loan of $600 helped to purchase yarn for her artisan shop, as well as an oven for her home and more computers for her internet kiosk business.

Lucinda's story

Lucinda G. D. L. is a member of community bank Obreras, which means "worker" in Spanish. She is married with four children and lives in Ayacucho. To support her family, Lucinda works as a mid-wife, as well as at an artisan workshop. With the help of her niece and son, she also runs a small kiosk with computers that offer internet services.

With her loan of 1800 soles (~$600 USD), she will invest in her various businesses by purchasing materials for the artisan shop, such as yarn, as well as an oven and more computers for her kiosk. With her savings, she hopes to reach her goal of providing for herself and her husband as they grow older.

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