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Our first million

The experience of Quechua and Aymara women savers in the Puno-Cusco Corridor (Proyecto Corredor Puno- Cusco).

Savings according to Noemi

“This money we have saved has been very useful for me.” Noemi Concha’s experience.

Savings according to Cirila

Cirila Tapia tells us: “When we began, it was a little difficult, but later my husband understood.”

Savings according to Aurelia

Aurelia Pocco has changed the way she saves: “We used to save in boxes, under our beds. That’s how we saved. I didn’t earn anything. The money was devalued. Now our money is safe in a bank.”

Thanks to the Puno-Cusco Corridor (by Dorotea Poma)

Ms. Dorotea Poma, a saver from the Puno-Cusco Corridor (Proyecto Corredor Puno-Cusco), thanks the team of professionals who helped her and her savings group “successfully manage their money.” This is her testimonial, mainly in Quechua, the native language of the central Andes.

Savings according to Marta

Marta Catari tells us: “Now I’ve gotten into the habit of saving, and it helps me a lot, because I recently opened a dry-goods store.”

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