A loan of $325 helped to buy buckets, glasses, a table, and chairs, so that she may improve the appearance of her business.


Rosmery's story

Rosmery belongs to Banco Comunal “Mujeres para el Futuro II,” she lives on Jr. Bolognesi Nº 835 of the district Tarapoto, in the state of San Martín. She is 36 years old and is a mother of 3 children, all of whom are dependent on her. She lives with a partner, who has a car that he uses as working capital that generates income for the family. With the first loan of 300 soles, Rosmery decided to sell fruits and carbonated beverages. She has 2 worked with the bank for 2 years. Currently, Rosmery sells refreshments on a heavily trafficked corner of the city, which she decided to realize by using the little earnings she had from selling fruits and carbonated beverages. With this loan of 1000 soles, which will be paid in 4 months, she will buy buckets, glasses, a table, and chairs, to improve the appearance of her business and to attract her clientele more. Rosmery is very happy with el Banco Comunal and the opportunity they grant her to progress and feel like a useful woman.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Matt Capetola


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