Update on Maria ExildaMaria is 53 years old and is a woman with a fighting spirit. She is married and has three children. She has her own house where she lives with her whole family. The house is located in the "Sector 0,5 Partidor" neighborhood, which is in the Las Lomas district in the province of Piura. The area she lives in is home to people who make their living planting fruit and in animal husbandry.
Maria and her family make their living in agriculture. They have one hectare of agricultural land where right now they have planted a mango plantation. Their land is located just a few meters from the back of the house. The produce is harvested and sold in the local market of the regions they live in. Sometimes they can sell to large customers in other areas. Her husband and children work in the business as well and as such they have an excellent family life.
To be able to sell the mangoes that they pick they need to buy "javas" [a receptacle used as a measure for sales of produce] in which they will be able to transport them and avoid damaging them. This is why they are requesting a loan from Edpyme Alternativa in the amount of 500 nuevos soles in order to improve the quality of their customer service and day by day make their business grow which will give her a better quality of life.
Her business has won her the care and respect of her neighbors by whom she is admired.
Maria y su familia se dedican la agricultura, teniendo 1,0 ha de terreno agrícola en donde actualmente tienen sembrado una plantación de mango, su terreno esta ubicado a escaso metros de la parte posterior de su casa. Su producto es cosechado y comercializado en el mercado local de la zona en la que viven y en algunas oportunidades son vendidos a clientes grandes de otros caseríos. Al negocio se dedica tanto su espos como sus hijos existiendo asi una excelente relación familiar.
Para poder ser comercializado el mango que cosechan necesitan comprar “javas” en las que se puedan transportar y evitar su deterioro, es por eso que solicitan un crédito a Edpyme Alternativa por un monto de 500 Nuevos Soles para poder mejorar la calidad de atención a sus clientes, y así día a día hacer crecer su negocio lo que le pueda dar una mejor calidad de vida
Su mismo negocio ha hecho que Maria se gane el cariño y respeto de sus vecinos de quienes recibe admiración.
Previous Loan DetailsMaria is fifty-two years old. She is married and has two children. The family owns their own home. They live in the village Sector Medio in the district of Tambogrande in the region of Piura. It is a highly agricultural region in which many residents manage small mango or lime plantations and... More from Maria Exilda's previous loan »
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