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Liliana
30-year-old Doris is a good, kind and hardworking woman. She lives with 60-year-old Dimas, with whom she has five children - Adriana, aged 14, Susan, aged 8, Deydra, aged 4, Patrick, aged 3 and the youngest, Fernando, aged 1 and a half. They live in a house she owns and she works very hard to improve her family's living conditions.
Every day, after taking care of her home chores, Doris goes out to the streets of her town where she searches for new customers or closes deals with the old customers, with whom she has been working for a long time. She sells cleaning products, both for house cleaning and for personal hygiene. She does business on credit or cash, depending on how the customer wishes to obtain her excellent products. She has been in this line of work for five years and she does it alone. It's going very well, since she gained a lot of customers along the way, thanks to the excellent service she provides. She's always friendly and facilitates everything for the customers when they purchase one of her products. She hopes to continue having the same success she has had so far and to keep on expanding her business. In the future she would like to set up a grocery store so that she can increase her merchandise and make higher sales. This will be her second loan with MFP, so she hopes to get your collaboration in order to keep on pursuing her goals. On the other hand, she pledges to make her repayments in a timely and responsible fashion. Furthermore, she's very glad to be a part or her communal bank, since all of the members are responsible and very supportive people. With the requested loan of 1.500 soles, she will purchase more merchandise in order to continue her work and to offer a larger quantity and variety of products to her customers.
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Doris, de 30 años, es una mujer buena, amable y trabajadora, es conviviente con Dimas de 60 años con quien tiene cinco hijos, Adriana de 14, Susan de 8, Deydra de 4, Patrick de 3 y el menor Fernando de 1 años y medio, ellos viven en su casa propia y trabaja mucho pues desea brindar una mejor calidad de vida a su familia.
A diario, Doris después de hacer las tareas de su hogar se dirige a las diversas calles de la ciudad, va en busca de encontrar a nuevos clientes o cerrar trato con los clientes antiguos con los que trabaja hace ya bastante tiempo, se dedica a la venta de productos de limpieza, para el hogar o para el cuidado personal, su modalidad de trabajo es al crédito o al contado, según como el cliente desee obtener sus buenos y excelentes productos. Lleva realizando su trabajo por 5 años, lo hace sola. Le va muy bien, ya que tiene muchos clientes que en el transcurso del tiempo gano gracias a su excelente trato, siempre amable y sobre dando todas las facilidades que necesite el cliente al momento de adquirir alguno de sus productos. Espera seguir teniendo el mismo éxito que tuvo hasta ahora y poder seguir con el crecimiento de su negocio, mas adelante le gustaría poner una tienda de abarrotes para poder incrementar sus productos y así tener mejores ventas. Este será el segundo crédito con MFP, por tanto espera de su colaboración, para continuar con sus objetivos, por otro lado se compromete de cumplir con el pago de sus cuotas de manera puntual y responsable. Además está muy contenta de ser parte de su banco comunal ya que todos sus integrantes son personas responsables y muy solidarias. Con el monto solicitado 1500 soles, comprará mas mercadería para que pueda continuar con su trabajo y ofrecer mayor cantidad y variedad de productos a sus clientes.

About Peru

  • $12,000
    Average annual income
  • 99
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $57,944,700
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.7
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $575 helped Liliana to purchase more merchandise in order to stock up her business.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Jan 17, 2012
Listed
Feb 23, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Apr 19, 2013