Update on JuanJuan, who is 46 years old, lives with his wife and children in their own house. The house, which does not have basic services (utilities), is located in the rural zone of the district of Tambogrande, which belongs to the Piura department. In this zone people work in agriculture, livestock-raising, and handicrafts.
For several years Juan has raised and sold barnyard animals (sheep, pigs, and poultry). His pens are located behind his house, and they are suitable and big enough. He feeds the animals with balanced feed and natural grains so that they have an ideal growth and he can offer them for sale at the different markets in the zone and thus obtain good earnings to pay his family obligations.
He has applied to Edpyme Alternative for a loan of 1000 PEN for the purchase of balanced feed to produce healthy animals. With the earnings that he will obtain from the sale of his animals, he will be able to cover his loan as well as have a better quality of life. Juan is a person who with effort and much determination has known how to raise his family and offer his children other opportunities in life.
Juan desde hace algunos años se dedica a la crianza y venta de animales de corral (ovejas, cerdos y aves), sus corrales se encuentra en la parte posterior de su casa, los cuales son apropiados y amplios, los alimenta con comida balanceada y granos naturales para que sus animales lleguen a tener un crecimiento ideal para poderlos ofrecer en los diferentes mercados de la zona y así obtenga buenas ganancias para solventar sus obligaciones familiares.
Ha solicitado un préstamo a Edpyme Alternativa de 1000 nuevos soles para la compra de alimento balanceado y sanidad de sus animales, con las ganancias que obtenga con la venta de sus animales podrá cubrir su crédito como tener una mejor calidad de vida. Juan es una persona que con esfuerzo y mucho empeño a sabido sacar a su familia adelante y brindarle otras oportunidades en la vida a sus hijos.
Previous Loan DetailsJuan is forty-five years old. He lives with his wife and their five children in their own home in Tambogrande in the province of Piura. Tambogrande is a primarily rural zone which consists of farmers squeezing a living out of the desert valleys through skillful use of irrigation systems. The... More from Juan's previous loan »
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