Update on AnabelAnabel is a young woman of 19 years of age. She is single and does not have children. Currently, she is living in her parents' house, which is located in a rural village named Vallecito 15-8 belonging to the Tambogrande district in the province of Piura. Since it is a small village on the paths to progress, right now it only has basic electric energy services.
Anabel, since she was very small, has been dedicated to raising animals. But since six years back, she has been dedicated to raising, fattening and selling sheep and poultry for which she travels to various neighboring villages to offer. She has the support of her family since her older sister participates in the loan by signing a commitment to pay the same. There exists a very good family relationship so they are always making new goals with which they can improve their quality of life.
Currently, Anabel is requesting a loan from Edpyme Alternativa for the amount of 1,800 new "soles" with which she wishes to buy balanced feed to fatten and grow her animals faster and to offer them at a better price.
Despite being very young, she has demonstrated to be entrepreneurial and hard-working for the wellbeing of herself and her family.
Anabel desde muy pequeña se ha dedicado a la crianza de animales, pero desde hace 6 años atrás se ha dedicado a criar, engordar y comercializar ovinos y aves de corral por lo que recorre los distintos caseríos aledaños con el fin de ofrecerlos. Cuenta con el apoyo de su familia dado que su hermana mayor participa del crédito firmando como aval comprometiéndose a cumplir con el mismo, pues existe una muy buena relación de familia por lo que siempre están planteándose nuevos objetivos con los que puedan mejorar su calidad de vida.
En la actualidad Anabel esta solicitando un crédito en Edpyme Alternativa por un monto de 1800 Nuevos Soles con los que desea comprar alimentos balanceados para el mejor engorde y mas rápido crecimiento de sus animales y poneros a mejor precio.
A pesar de ser muy joven ha demostrado ser emprendedora y trabajadora para el bien de ella y de su familia.
Previous Loan DetailsAnabel, 18, is single and lives with her parents in a house with electricity only in the district of Tambogrande which belongs to the department of Piura. It is an area with a lot of agriculture, livestock farming, tourism and craft activity. Anabel has been in the business of raising pigs for… More from Anabel's previous loan »
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