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Viviano
Viviano is 38 years old, and he lives in Llanco, a rural community. That is where he lives in his own house with his family, his wife and his two daughters that he loves a lot.

When he was a very young boy his parents taught him how to work the land. He liked seeing how the plants grew and matured. His 20 years of experience helped him to obtain many things like the house in which he now very happily lives.

He now grows potatoes and peas on land that he rents in the village of Jachapata. He spends most of his day there. He needs to take care of his crops so that do not have insect infestations, which at this time continue to plaque his crops.

Viviano has set a goal for this year. It is to get together money to be able to buy his own land in Llanco and to spend more time with his family. He now needs very little. The last pea harvest yielded 40 sacks, which provided him with good earnings and is allowing him to save for the future.

He is grateful for the support of his communal bank because they taught him how to get ahead in spite of the difficulties. “I work constantly in order to be able to provide my children with a better quality of life,” he says proudly. He finishes by saying, “I invest most of my earnings in them.”

He belongs to the Los Ángeles de Llanco Communal Bank. This is his eighth loan with MFP. He hopes to have their collaboration in order to meet his objectives. He pledges, once more, to make his payments as he has done with his previous loans. It pleases him to be part of his communal bank because all of the members are responsible and very supportive people.

Viviano will use the requested money to buy eight sacks of Andean potato seeds, which cost an average of S/. 40 per sack. He will also buy six sacks of organic fertilizer to spread amongst his plants. That way he will obtain good results.
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Viviano de 38 años, reside en el caserío de Llanco; ahí formó su familia junto a su esposa y sus 2 hijas a las que quiere con mucho amor y cariño en su casa propia. Desde muy niño sus padres le enseñaron a trabajar la tierra, le gustaba ver como crecían y maduraban; su experiencia de 20 años en la agricultura le ayudó a conseguir muchas cosas como su casa en la que hoy vive muy feliz. Ahora se dedica a la siembra de papa y arveja en un terreno que alquila en el pueblo de Jachapata, donde pasa la mayor parte del día ya que tiene que cuidar su cosecha de las plaga de insectos que en este tiempo están asolando su siembra. Viviano se propuso una meta para este año, juntar capital para poder comprar su propio terreno en Llanco y estar más tiempo con su familia; ya le falta muy poco. Por otro lado en la última cosecha de arveja, obtuvo un rendimiento de 40 sacos de producción que le brindaron buenas ganancias y que le están permitiendo ahorrar para el futuro. Él agradece el apoyo de su banco comunal, ya que le enseñaron a seguir adelante a pesar de las dificultades. “Trabajo constantemente para poder brindarle una mejor calidad de vida a mis hijos”, menciona con orgullo; “La mayor parte de mi ganancia lo invierto en ellos”, finaliza. Él pertenece al banco comunal “Los ángeles de Llanco” y este es el octavo crédito con MFP, donde espera de su colaboración para continuar con sus objetivos. Por otro lado se compromete una vez más a cumplir con el pago de sus cuotas, como en anteriores créditos que tuvo. Además le agrada ser parte de su banco comunal porque todos sus integrantes son personas responsables y muy solidarias. Viviano de obtener su apoyo; invertirá el dinero solicitado en la compra de 8 sacos de semilla de papa de la variedad “andina”, que cuesta un promedio de S/. 40 soles cada saco. Asimismo 6 sacos de abono orgánico para esparcirlos entre su sembrío y de esa manera obtenga un buen fruto.

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Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $925 helped Viviano to buy eight sacks of potato seeds and six sacks of organic fertilizer.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
10 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
At end of term
Pre-Disbursed:
May 26, 2011
Listed
Jun 18, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Feb 15, 2012