Aracely Del Carmen
Update on Aracely Del CarmenAracely, 24 years old, lives with her husband and children in their own home. They have electricity but no running water, since their home is located in a rural area of Tambogrande, in the department of Piura. This area is known for its agriculture, livestock, and handicrafts.
For four years Aracely has been raising and selling sheep and barnyard fowl. Her pens, which are spacious and functional, are behind her house. She gives her animals balanced feed, grains, and grasses so they'll grow quickly and she can sell them in the regional markets. The profits she makes from selling the animals allow her to cover her family obligations.
She has requested a loan of 1000 soles from Edpyme Alternativa to buy balanced feed to keep fattening her animals and selling them to her customers. She will use her earnings to pay off the loan and improve her family's life. Aracely is a hard-working, responsible person who wants to help her family get ahead.
Aracely desde hace 4 años se dedica a la crianza y venta de ganado ovino (ovejas) y aves de corral, sus corrales se encuentra en la parte posterior de su casa, los cuales son apropiados y amplios, los alimenta con comida balanceada, pastos y granos naturales para que sus animales lleguen a tener un crecimiento óptimo para qué pueda ofrecerlos en los diferentes mercados de la zona y así obtenga muy buenas ganancias para solventar sus obligaciones familiares.
Ha solicitado un préstamo a Edpyme Alternativa de 1000 nuevos soles para comprar alimentos balanceados para seguir engordando a sus animales y seguir ofertándolos a sus clientes, con los ingresos que obtenga puede cubrir su crédito y mejorar la calidad de vida de su familia. Aracely es una persona trabajadora, responsable y con muchas ganas de que su familia se supere cada día más.
Previous Loan DetailsAracely is 23 years old, married and has three children. She and her family live in their own home in the village of Guaraguaos Alto in the Tambogrande district, more than four hours from the city of Chiclayo, capital of the Lambayeque region. Unlike many other residents of the area, Aracely and… More from Aracely Del Carmen's previous loan »
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