Rina Lequipe Audalia D. R. is 58 years old and a widow. She lives in her own home which is located in Luis Espinal neighborhood, in the city of Tarija. She has 5 children. Rina was left on her own when her husband died but, as he worked for a company, she was left an income which she collects every month. All of Rina's children are now grown up and live independently.
For one year, Rina has been selling groceries from her neighborhood store. She would like to make better profits in order to get ahead in life. Rina tells us that she would like to buy merchandise for her store. She already has experience in this field and the loan will be used to buy merchandise that she really needs in order to carry out her work and increase her income.
Rina says that she would like to improve her living conditions. For this reason, she tells us that the next loan she requests will be used to improve the condition of her home.
La señora Rina Lequipe Audalia Viuda D. R. tiene 58 años D. edad y vive en una casa D. su propiedad vivienda que esta ubicada en el barrio luis espinal D. esta ciudad D. Tarija. Rina es madre D. 5 hijos, por circunstancias D. la vida se quedo sola por el fallecimiento D. su esposo pero como su esposo trabajaba en una empresa le dejo una renta que ahora ella cobra cada mes. Ahora todos sus hijos son mayores D. edad e independientes. Rina se dedica desD. hace 1 año a vender en una tienda D. barrio en la cual venD. abarrotes, Rina quiere tener mejores ingresos para salir adelante , pero ella nos cuenta que quiere comprarse mercaderia para su tienda, como ella ya tiene experiencia en el rubro el credito sera destinado para la compra D. mas mercaderia que es muy nesesario para realizar su actividad para D. ese modo poder incrementar sus ingresos.
Rina nos cuenta que quiere mejorar las condiciones D. vida que tiene, por eso nos dice que el proximo credito que solicite sera para mejorar las condiciones D. su casa donD. vive.
CIDRE is a Bolivian microfinance institution with a strong social commitment to the community. It works to provide quality financial services to rural and peri-urban borrowers, focusing primarily on agricultural loans for dairy farmers and micro-enterprises. CIDRE targets segments of the population that have not traditionally had access to credit, and invests in much-needed community development projects. It is currently working with coca farmers in the Chapare region to replace coca with less controversial crops. Get more involved by joining the Friends of CIDRE lending team.