Update on Rosa LucilaRosa, 37, is the single mother of 2 children who are still in school. She has her own house where she lives with her 2 minor children, which is located a rural settlement called "Nueva Esperanza" in the Las Lomas district, which is 30 minutes from Piura province. Rosa lives in the rural part of this district, and in her settlement they lack basic utilities such as water and electricity.
Ever since she was very young, Rosa has been engaged in a number of retail businesses, since her parents impressed upon her the need to be a responsible woman. Over time, Rosa managed to save some money, and she saw a business opportunity to buy 7 dairy cows, from which she now sells milk on a daily basis. She sells to customers who come to her house to buy, and she also goes around the local markets to make her sales. In addition, with the help of her children, she sells chicken and soft drinks from a spot she set up for this business in her home. This allows her to earn extra income to pay for the household's basic needs.
Rosa is always seeking out business opportunities, or opportunities to increase her existing businesses. For this reason, she is requesting a loan for Edpyme Alternativa for the sum of 2,500 Peruvian soles, so that she can buy nutritionally balanced feed for her animals, and in this way increase her cows' production. In addition, she will buy some consumer goods to stock her business.
Rosa and her children have always known how to support themselves, and they have struggled together to improve their living conditions. They have good personal and work references.
Rosa se dedica desde muy joven a distintas actividades de comercio, debido a que sus padres le inculcaron a ser una mujer responsable, con el tiempo Rosa a logrado ahorrar su dinero y vio como oportunidad de negocio la compra de 7 vacas lecheras, leche la cual ahora comercializa de manera diaria ya sea por que los clientes llegan a su casa o es que ella misma recorre los mercados locales para su venta, adicionalmente también con la ayuda de sus hijos ella vende pollo y gaseosas en un ambiente acondicionado de su casa lo que le permite generar otros ingresos a la canasta familiar.
Rosa siempre esta buscando oportunidades de negocio o de seguir surgiendo de alguna manera, es por eso que esta solicitando un crédito a Edpyme Alternativa por un monto de 2500 Nuevos Soles para la compra de alimento balanceado y así mejorar la producción de sus vacas, y también comprar productos de primera necesidad para surtir su negocio.
Junto a sus hijos han sabido siempre mantenerse solos y por eso han luchado juntos por mejorar sus condiciones de vida, pues cuentan con buenas referencias tanto personales como laborales.
Previous Loan DetailsRosa is 35 years old, single, and has two minor children. They live in Nueva Esperanza in the district of Las Lomas which is an agricultural area in the province of Piura. This is over four hours from the city of Chiclayo, the capital of the Lambayeque Region. For over 11 years she has been… More from Rosa Lucila's previous loan »
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