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Adilia
Adilia belongs to the “Mujeres de la Colina II”, communal bank, in La Banda de Shilcayo district, in the province of San Martín, in San Martín department. She is 42, lives with her partner, and has three children. The eldest is already independent, and the youngest ones are in high school and primary school respectively.

When she saw the need to keep her husband's shoe repair business growing, she decided to do her bit to improve the family's financial situation. She used the first loan she received from the communal bank to buy materials for making footwear, such as shoes and sandals, which she went out to sell as a street vendor.

In time, it became a family business, when they set up a shop where they made and displayed footwear. It was a great success, and they currently have their eldest son's help, as he is the one responsible for the design of new products, such as boots for various occasions such as performances and shows.

This is the way they have been working to keep growing, and filling their customers' orders. With this loan of 2,000 soles she will buy materials such as shoe soles, leather, cardboard, glue and two-toned leather, in order to fill pending orders for the Christmas holidays.

Adilia is an enterprising and hard-working woman, who dreams of having a factory for making footwear, to assure her children's future in this way.

She is very grateful to the Movimiento Manuela Ramos for the instruction given to the members on managing their money responsibly.
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La Sra. Adilia pertenece al Banco Comunal “Mujeres de la Colina II”, Distrito de La Banda de Shilcayo, Provincia de San Martín, Departamento de San Martín. De estado civil conviviente, su edad es 42 años y tiene 03 hijos, el mayor ya es independiente y los dos últimos estudian el nivel Secundario y Primario respectivamente.
Cuando vió la necesidad de seguir creciendo con la actividad que realizaba su esposo, el de renovación de calzados, decidió poner su granito de arena, para mejorar las condiciones económicas de su familia, con el primer préstamo que recibió del banquito comunal le sirvió para comprar materiales para la confección de calzados como zapatos, sandalias, que ella salía a vender ambulatoriamente y con el tiempo el negocio se volvió familiar, al implementar un local donde confeccionaban los calzados y lo exhibían, fue un gran éxito, y en la actualidad cuentan con el apoyo de su hijo mayor que se encarga de los diseños de nuevos productos como botas para diferentes ocasiones como actuaciones, presentaciones, etc. Es así como vienen trabajando para seguir creciendo, y atendiendo los pedidos de sus clientes.
Con este préstamo de S/. 2,000.00, comprará materiales como suelas, cuero, cartón, pegamento y bicuero, para cumplir con los pedidos que tienen pendiente por las fiestas Navideñas.
Adilia es una mujer emprendedora y trabajadora, que sueña con tener una fábrica de confección de calzados, para de esta manera asegurar el futuro de sus hijos. Está muy agradecida con el Movimiento Manuela Ramos, por las enseñanzas impartidas a las socias en el buen manejo del dinero con responsabilidad.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 112
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  • $55,250,775
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.7
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $750 helped Adilia to buy materials such as shoe soles, leather, cardboard, glue, and two- toned leather.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Nov 9, 2011
Listed
Dec 9, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jun 19, 2012