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Brigida
57 year old Brígida is a happy and hardworking woman who lives in her own house with her 65 year old husband, Eusebio. What she most wants is to live a peaceful old age as, at her age, she has already had the pleasure of raising her three beloved children. Brígida began earning a living when she was very young and worked in many different jobs. In the course of time, she met her dear husband, who helped her to realize her goals. Since then, she has had her own business selling clothes and her stall is located in the best know place in the city of San Francisco, a little market called "Gamarrita". In this place, she attends to her customers with much kindness and courtesy, and they visit her all the time because of the well-cut and fashionable clothes that she personally imports from Lima. What she most likes about her work is advising her customers about the clothes that will best suit them, as this is a good distraction. She has been running this business for 30 years and thinks that the most difficult thing is having to be on her feet all day long. With the support of this loan, she will buy more clothes in Lima, preferably summer clothes because that is what sells best in this part of the jungle. In time, she would like to open a larger store where she could offer a better service to her customers. This will be her 7th loan and she feels very happy to know that will have the support of the financiers as then she will feel safe buying what has been requested and she intends to make her repayments punctually. With the $1,100 she has requested, she will buy more clothes in Lima, preferably summer clothes because this is what sells best in this part of the Peruvian jungle.
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Brígida, D. 57 años, es una mujer alegre y trabajadora, vive en su casa propia junto a su esposo Eusebio D. 65 años y lo que más desea es vivir una vejez tranquila, ya que a su edad ya se dio el gusto D. formar y sacar adelante a sus 03 queridos hijos.Brígida, desD. muy joven empezó a ganarse la vida trabajando D. distintas formas, con el transcurso del tiempo conoció a su amado esposo quien la ayudo a concretar sus metas. DesD. entonces cuenta con su propio negocio, donD. se dedica a la venta D. ropas y su puesto esta situado en el lugar más conocido dentro D. la ciudad D. San Francisco, un pequeño mercado llamado “Gamarrita”.En este lugar atienD. a todos sus clientes con mucha amabilidad y cortesía, quienes la visitan continuamente, debido a los pulcros y novedosos modelos D. ropa que trae personalmente desD. la ciudad D. Lima. Lo que más le gusta D. su trabajo es aconsejar a sus clientas sobre las prendas que mejor las quedan, ya que D. esta manera se distrae un poco, lleva 30 años realizando esta actividad y considera que lo más difícil es tener que permanecer D. pie todo el transcurso del día. Con el apoyo del crédito comprará más ropas D. Lima, D. preferencia ropa D. verano, ya que este tipo D. ropa es la que más se venD. en esta parte D. la selva.Con el tiempo, desea poner una tienda más granD., en la cual pueda brindar un mejor servicio a sus clientes.Este será su séptimo crédito y se siente muy contenta D. saber que obtendrá un apoyo por parte D. los financistas, ya que así se sentirá segura D. comprar lo solicitado y esta dispuesta a devolver puntualmente sus aportes programados.Con los tres mil nuevos soles solicitados, comprará más ropa D. Lima, D. preferencia ropa D. verano, ya que este tipo D. ropa es la que más se venD. en esta parte D. la selva peruana

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 33
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $54,501,725
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.7
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,100 helped Brigida to buy more clothes from Lima, preferably summer clothing as this type of clothing is sold most in this part of the Peruvian jungle.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
12 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Aug 4, 2011
Listed
Aug 19, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jul 15, 2012