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Aurelia
Aurelia, age 49, is a hardworking and enterprising woman. She is separated from her husband and lives with her 14-year-old daughter who she loves dearly and wants to provide a better quality of life. Aurelia lives in her own home. She sells fast food and fried snacks, such as roasted chicken and “salchipapas” (sausages and fried potatoes), from a small space inside of her home. Her business is named “Las Dos Hermanitas” (The Two Little Sisters) and is well-known in the area. Aurelia has been serving her customers for four years. In her business, her daughter and another employee help with attending to the customers. She enjoys cooking and working because it keeps her occupied. Aurelia started working out of financial necessity since she receives no income from her ex-husband. Now she wants to grow her business a little more so that she can generate the necessary income to pay for the household expenses and her daughter’s education. She wants this very much, so she is motivated to continue striving and moving forward. Aurelia considers her business to be profitable because she has regular customers that she has gained as a result of her good service and charming personality. She has plans to grow her business by adding the sale of barbecued chickens.


This will be her fifth loan with the MFP organization. Aurelia is grateful for the financial support she has received so that she can advance her business. She wants to continue receiving this support, so she promises to continue the completion of her payments just as she did with her previous loans. Aurelia is pleased to be part of her Communal Bank group because she considers the members to be supportive and responsible individuals. The amount she requested will be invested in the purchase of an oven that costs 2500 PEN so that she can begin selling barbecued chickens. The rest of the loan will be invested in ingredients for preparing roasted chickens.

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Aurelia, de 49 años, es una mujer trabajadora y emprendedora. Esta separada de su esposo, y vive en compañía de su hija de 14 años, a la que quiere mucho y desea darle una mejor calidad de vida, habitando una casa que es de su propiedad. La actividad que realiza Aurelia es la venta de comida rápida y frituras, como pollos Broaster, salchipapas, contando para esto con un pequeño local acondicionado en su propia casa, a la que le puso el nombre de Salchipapería “Las dos Hermanitas”, siendo muy conocida por esa zona, atendiendo a su clientela desde hace 4 años. En este negocio cuenta con el apoyo de su hija y un ayudante para la atención a la clietela. Lo que le gusta de su actividad es el cocinar, le gusta su trabajado, la distrae, habiéndose iniciado por necesidad económica, ya que no les alcanzaba con el ingreso de su ex pareja. Ahora que ha crecido un poco más su negocio, le genera los ingresos económicos que necesita para poder solventar los gastos de su hogar y los estudios de su hija, a la que quiere mucho y es su motivación para seguir esforzándose y salir adelante. Por otro lado, considera a su negocio rentable, ya que cuenta con una regular clientela que se supo ganara gracias a su buena atención y carisma. Tiene planes de crecer su negocio, incursionando en la venta de pollos a la brasa. Este será el préstamo número 5 con la institución MFP, se siente agradecida por el apoyo financiero que viene recibiendo para avanzar con su negocio, desea seguir recibiendo dicho apoyo, por eso se compromete a seguir cumpliendo con el pago de sus cuotas, como en los créditos anteriores. Por otro lado se siente contenta con el grupo comunal que forma parte, ya que considera a sus integrantes ser personas solidarias y responsables.
Con le monto solicitado, lo invertirá en la compra de un horno a un costo referencial de 2500 nuevos soles, para incursionar en el negocio de venta de pollos a la brasa, y lo restante los invertirá en los ingredientes para la preparación de pollos broaster.

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Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,125 helped Aurelia to purchase an oven and ingredients for preparing roasted chickens.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Oct 19, 2011
Listed
Nov 20, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
May 15, 2012