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San Juan Evangelista Group


A loan of $4,550 helped a member the St. John the Evangelist Village Bank needs a loan of $4550 for various businesses. Valentina plans to buy more gas canisters for her business.


San Juan Evangelista Group's story

The St. John the Evangelist Village Bank is located in the Asención community of the Yauli District, Huancavelica Department. This beautiful area has many llamas, since it is surrounded by beautiful grazing spots and nearby ranches. The women in this group have few resources and work primarily in agriculture, while some sell vegetables, fruits and sweets in the city of Huancavelica. A few work as artisans.

Valentina R. D. T. is married and has five children. She has a store which she has been stocking with a wider variety of merchandise since she began taking out loans. She now also sells canisters of gas (for cooking). Her village bank has always been very supportive of her, since it taught her how to save and her savings have helped her through tough times. Thanks to the group training sessions given by her group’s loan officer, Valentina has improved her business. With this loan, Valentina plans to buy more gas canisters for her business. Her dream is to open a large store and for her children to graduate with professional degrees. She plans to use her savings to help two of her children get their degrees.

Vicenta C. is married and has six children. She sells firewood and dry goods from a tent, since her house is still under construction. Vicenta suffered through the death of her 18-year old daughter which left her depressed. She plans to use her loan to buy firewood for her business. Her dream is for her children to grow up to have better lives than she is.

Sabina P. is separated and has three children. She buys and sells mutton, pigs, hens and guinea pigs. Sabina has learned how to command respect and value herself, which led her to separate from her first husband. Her children were being psychologically abused, and her husband fractured her arm and injured her spine. She is now rehabilitated, however, and is requesting this loan to buy more merchandise to stock her kiosk. Her dream is to be a businesswoman and run a transport business. She met her current partner at a village bank meeting.

In this group: Valentina, Vicenta, Sabina, Karina, Venancia, Isabel, Cyntia Mabel, Susi Rita, Albina, Clariza Aniceta, Andrea, Emperatriz, Mabel, Marivel, Yesica Kelia, Rogelia, Nicolasa, Jhody Roxana, Virginia, Rocio Luz, Eusebia Marcelina, Silvia Celeste, Clelia, Maria Del Carmen, Jorge Alfredo
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Loan details

Loan length:

8 months
Disbursed date: November 30, 2008

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Loan details

Loan length:

8 months
Disbursed date: November 30, 2008