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Jackeline
Twenty-eight-year-old Jackeline is a very kind and hardworking woman. She lives in her own home with her partner Victor, who is 30, and their two beloved children, seven-year-old Hugo and three-year-old Virginia. She wants to offer them a better quality of life.

Jackeline's business is selling fast food, specifically fried chicken and beer, soft drinks, and ice. Her stand is in her home and every weekend she brings in many cases of beer and soft drinks to replace the ones she goes through during the week. She is a very cheerful and charismatic salesperson, which is why her customers choose her over her competition. She still remembers when she started this business and she only sold small quantities, but with time she was able to gain more customers and her sales rose. She's doing very well since having two businesses means she earns twice as much for her household and it allows her to offer her family better living conditions. What she likes most about her work is talking with her customers, since is makes her long workdays more enjoyable. She has had this business for six years and she thinks the hardest part is moving the heavy cases of beer. In the future, she hopes to set up a store where she can offer her clients better service. This will be her sixth loan with MFP and she counts on their support to continue with her objectives. She also promises to make her payments on time, as she did with her previous loans. She is thankful for being part of the communal bank because all of its members are responsible, supportive people. She will use the 2,5000 nuevos soles to buy ingredients for her business, as well as many cases of soft drinks and beer to have ready to sell for the holidays.
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Jackeline, de 28 años, es una mujer muy amable y trabajadora, vive en su casa propia junto a su conviviente Víctor de 30 años y sus 2 queridos hijos Hugo de 7 y Virginia de 3 años, a quienes desea brindarles una mejor calidad de vida. El negocio al que Jackeline se dedica es la venta de comida rápida, específicamente pollo broaster y cerveza, gaseosa y hielo. Su puesto está ubicado en su propia casa y todos los fines de semana lleva muchas cajas de cerveza y gaseosas para renovar las que han sido consumidas durante la semana. Ella es una vendedora muy alegre y carismática, por eso sus clientes la prefieren antes que a la competencia. Aún recuerda cuando se inicio en este negocio vendía en cantidades mínimas, pero con el tiempo logró obtener mas clientes y en consecuencia sus ventas. Le esta yendo muy bien en lo que hace ya que al tener dos actividades también genera doble ingresos a su hogar y con eso puede brindar mejor condición de vida a su familia. Lo que más le gusta de su trabajo es conversar con sus clientes, ya que así hace más amena sus largas jornadas de trabajo. Lleva 6 años realizando esta actividad y considera que lo más difícil es trasladar las pesadas cajas de cerveza. Para el futuro, espera montar una tienda, donde pueda brindar una mejor atención a sus clientes. Este será el sexto préstamo con MFP, por tanto espera de su colaboración para continuar con sus objetivos. Por otro lado se compromete una vez más en cumplir con el pago de sus cuotas, como en anteriores créditos que tuvo. Además le agrada ser parte de su banco comunal por que todos sus integrantes son personas que son responsables y muy solidarios. Con el monto solicitado 2500 soles, comprará ingredientes para continuar con su negocio, además de muchas cajas de gaseosas y cervezas para tener listo para vender en estas fechas festivas.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 82
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $55,191,575
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.7
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $950 helped Jackeline to buy raw material to prepare food and to buy cases of beer and soft drinks.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Nov 21, 2011
Listed
Dec 21, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jun 15, 2012