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Dionicio
Dionisio A. is 39 years old and originally from San Francisco. He is married with Maria Pacheco, 40 years old, and they have 4 children together. They live in their own home located in the community of Carmen Pampa, near the district of Ayna San Francisco. Dionisio is the sole supporter of his family. Since he was a boy his parents taught him the value of work and that money needs to be earned. His business involves purchasing harvest products from farmers, such as coffee, annatto seeds, cocoa, and guavas. These are products that are native to the forest region of Valle Rio Apurimac and Ene. He has 17 years in the business and he has is wife’s support. She takes care of weighing the products before the sale. He owns a car and it is a tool which helps him travel to various communities in search of products. Once he has acquired a fair amount of product he transports them to the renowned wholesalers, including Cooperativa Agraria, Cacao Vrae, and Machupichu. They pay him a significant percentage per kilo of product. His business is very profitable, and additionally, the wholesalers who purchase his merchandise award him with a good sum of money annually. The months of January, February, and March are rainy and roads wash away, impeding him from transporting his gods. His plans for the future are to keep working in the same business in order to support the members of his family. This is his 15th loan with MFP (Kiva Field Partner) and he has been responsible with his previous loans. He knows he needs to make his payments on time in order to be able to access loans in the future. He is a very well liked member of this communal bank. The three thousand nuevos soles he requested will be invested in the purchase of harvest products from producers.
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Dionisio A. de 39 años, natural de San Francisco, esta casado con María Pacheco de 40 años de edad, juntos tienen 04 hijos; viven en su casa propia, ubicada en la comunidad de Carmen pampa anexo del Distrito de Ayna San Francisco. Dionisio es el sustento de su familia; desde muy niño sus padres le inculcaron a trabajar y ha ganarse el dinero con esfuerzo. La actividad que realiza es comprar los productos a los campesinos tales como: café, achiote, cacao y palillo; que son productos netamente de la zona selvática del Valle Río Apurimac y Ene. Ya tiene más de 17 años en este negocio, y cuenta con el apoyo de su esposa, quien se encarga de pesar los kilogramos de cada producto que vende. Asimismo posee un carro, herramienta que le ayuda a transportar a los diversas comunidades en busca de productos, una vez acumulado una buena cantidad de mercadería lo trasfieren a las empresas acopiadoras de gran renombre como: Cooperativa Agraria, Cacao Vrae, Machupichu; quienes le pagan un gran porcentaje por cada kilogramo de la carga entregada. Su negocio le es muy rentable, asimismo gana extras cuando tiene que entregar la mercadería a las empresas acopiadoras y por tal le premian con una buena cantidad de dinero anualmente. Los meses de enero, febrero y marzo, son épocas de lluvias y derrumbes en las carreteras, lo cual significa impedimento para que pueda transportar dichos productos. Los planes para el futuro es seguir trabajando con el mismo ahínco que le caracteriza para así sacar adelante a los miembros de su familia. Este es su 15avo crédito con MFP, ha sido muy puntual en sus anteriores créditos; sabe que tiene que pagar sus cuotas puntualmente, para así acceder a otro crédito en el futuro. En su banco comunal es un socio muy querido por el resto de los integrantes. Los tres mil nuevos soles que recibirá, lo invertirá como capital para comprar productos a los campesinos.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 97
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $55,006,475
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.8
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,100 helped Dionicio to purchase agricultural products.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
10 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
At end of term
Pre-Disbursed:
Jan 27, 2011
Listed
Feb 3, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Oct 15, 2011