Update on Olga YojanyOlga is a 33-year-old mother. She lives in her own home with her children, with lights as their only utility, in the rural area of the Las Lomas district belonging to the department of Piura. The area’s main activities are agriculture and livestock.
For a few years now, Olga has sold beauty products and raised poultry, both of which she does from home. She offers her products to her customers both by going from house to house and from her home, and she sells her birds once they have reached the ideal size and weight. With the earnings from both jobs, she can offer her children a better quality of life.
She has requested a loan of 2000 nuevos soles from Edpyme Alternativa to buy more beauty products and nutritious feed for her birds so that she will be able to earn more and have a better quality of life. Olga is a hard working woman and a mother who always tries to help her family move forward in spite of the difficulties that sometimes come up in life.
Desde hace algunos años Olga se dedica a la venta de productos de belleza y crianza de aves de corral, ambas actividades lo tiene en su domicilio, sus productos los ofrece a sus clientes tantode casa en casa como en su domicilio y sus aves las comercializa una vez que hayan llegadoasu tamaño y peso ideal, con los ingresos que obtenga en ambas actividades podrá brindarle una mejor calidad de vida a sus hijos.
Ha solicitado un préstamo a Edpyme Alternativa de 2000 nuevos soles para comprar más productos de belleza como alimento balanceado para sus aves de corral y así podrá obtener mayores ganancias para tener una mejor calidad de vida. Olga es una mujer trabajadora y una madre que siempre trata que su familia salga adelante a pesar de las dificultades que a veces se presentan en la vida.
Previous Loan DetailsOlga is a thirty-two-year-old, single mother. She lives with her two children in the village of Viviano Espinoza in the district of Tambogrande. She owns her home. The region is tropical and residents are primarily involved in the raising of animals and the production of fruits. Olga sells… More from Olga Yojany's previous loan »
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