Florentina is 45 years old and married. Her husband works in a mine. With the income that she makes, Florentina helps cover their family expenses. She has seven children but only two of them are in school.
Florentina's business is selling candies in the busiest areas of the city. She has been in this business for more than four years. She is requesting this loan to buy a larger three-wheeled cart since the one she has right now is too small. With the money that she has left, she will buy a little more merchandise such as soda, cookies, chocolates, etc.
Florentina has many dreams. One of them is, in the future, to open a kiosk or a grocery store where she can sell her products. She is very grateful for the trust that is being placed in her.
La señora Florentina tiene 45 años de edad, es casada su esposo trabaja en la mina, y con los ingresos que genera ayuda en los gastos familiares, florentina tiene 7 hijos pero solo dos de ellos están en el colegio, florentina se dedica a vender golosinas por las zonas mas transitadas de la ciudad, viene realizando esta labor por mas de 4 años,el dinero que esta solicitando es para comprar un triciclo mas grande ya que el que tiene actualmente es demasiado pequeño,y con el dinero que le sobre comprar un poco mas de mercadería como gaseosas, galletas,chocolates, entre otros, florentina tiene muchos sueños uno de ellos es con el tiempo tener un kiosko o una bodega donde ofrecer sus productos, florentina esta muy agradecida con la confianza que se le esta brindando.
About Caja Rural Señor de Luren
Caja Rural Señor de Luren is a microfinance institution based in Ica in southern Peru that primarily promotes the development of the country’s agricultural sector through lending. Today, it also offers credit for consumers, microenterprises and housing improvements, and has expanded its financial services to promote micro-savings and provide micro-insurance. This institution has been instrumental in helping borrowers recover from the devastating earthquake in the Ica region in 2007, and works with Peru’s National Bank to reach some of the poorest and most remote microfinance clients in the country.