Update on Maria YenyMaria is a 25 year old mother who lives in her parents’ house in a rural settlement called Holleria, located some 10 minutes from Morrope District, which belongs to Lambayeque Province and is about 1 hour from the city of Chiclayo. The inhabitants in the area engage in agriculture, cattle raising and handicrafts among other activities. These are rural villages that do not have basic services.
Maria raises small animals every day, such as ducks, turkeys and chickens among others, and then markets them. She has been doing this for approximately 4 years and gained knowledge of the business from her parents. She has been able to set up strategic areas at the house for her animals. In addition she generates other income every day by cutting hair and performing all other tasks associated with a beautician. She acquired that knowledge through a technical course that her parents helped her take. The unity and affection that she shares with her parents have encouraged them to undertake new family objectives. That is why they all work every day to achieve their goals and thus better their life situation.
In her desire to continue growing economically, Maria has decided to invest in the purchase of poultry and at the same time in the purchase of small birds for commercial purposes. Consequently she is requesting a loan from Edpyme Alternative for the above necessities.
Maria is a much respected woman who is held in high regard for the good deeds she performs in her village.
Maria se dedica de manera diaria a la crianza y posterior comercialización de animales menores como: patos, pavos, gallinas entre otros, actividad a la que se ha dedicado 5 años aproximadamente, los conocimientos sobre el negocio han sido heredados de sus padres, para lo que podido instalar en su propia casa espacios estratégicos para la crianza de los mismos. Adicionalmente también se genera otros ingresos diarios dedicándose al corte de cabello y todo lo que se refiera a Peluquería, la unión y el cariño que existe con sus padres ha hecho que emprendan en nuevos objetivos familiares y es que por eso trabajan diariamente para lograrlos y así mejorar su condición de vida.
En su deseo de seguir creciendo económicamente. Maria ha decidido invertir en la compra de alimentos balanceados y a la vez comprar aves pequeñas para su comercialización, para lo cual esta solicitando un crédito a Edpyme Alternativa un crédito de 2000 Nuevos Soles para ayudarse a cumplir con sus objetivos.
Maria es una mujer muy respetada y considerada por sus buenas acciones realizadas en su caserío donde vive.
Previous Loan DetailsMaría Yeny is a 24-year-old single woman without children. She lives with her parents in the town of La Ollerría, a rural zone in the district of Mórrope located more than an hour from the city of Chiclayo. María runs a small convenience store out of her home. There, she offers her custome... More from Maria Yeny's previous loan »
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