Update on JuanaJuana is 49 years old and she and her husband have their own home and live there along with their two children. The house is located in the rural settlement of “Sialupe-Humantanga,” which is part of the Lambayaque district, located 15 minutes from the city of Chiclayo. Most of the residents in her settlement raise and sell animals.
Juana’s principle activity is the raising and selling of livestock, such as sheep, goats, and coral birds in large numbers. She sells them in the local markets where she has steady customers and who also sell things in the same markets.
She also generates income by selling corn chicha (a fermented drink of the Incas), and she’s been doing this for five years.
Juana is requesting a loan of 2,000 PEN through Edpyme Alternativa, to buy balanced feed to better promote the growth of her livestock and be able to offer them at better prices. In this way she can increase her income, allowing her to better meet her financial obligations, and improve her quality of life.
Su actividad principal de Juana es dedicarse a la crianza, engorde y posterior comercialización de animales como. Ganado ovino, caprino, y aves de corral en su gran mayoría, los cuales al alcanzar el peso y tamaño ideal los ofrece en mercados de su caserío en donde ya tiene clientes fijos que son comerciantes de los mismos mercados.
Adicionalmente a eso se genera ingresos diarios vendiendo chicha de jora (bebida oriunda de los Incas), actividad que viene desarrollando ya un aproximado de 5 años.
Ahora Juana esta solicitando un crédito a Edpyme Alternativa por un monto de 2000 Nuevos Soles para la compra de alimentos balanceados para el mejor engorde y crecimiento rápido de sus animales y poder ponerlos a mejor precio, así de esa manera Juana obtendrá mayores ingresos con los que pueda cumplir con sus responsabilidades y de mejorar su calidad de vida.
Previous Loan DetailsJuana, 47, is married living with her husband and one of her children in the Sialupe Humantanga sector, a rural zone of Lambayeque, located over half an hour away from the city of Chiclayo. She makes “Chicha de Jora” to sell (a typical beverage of the country that has been made since ancient t... More from Juana's previous loan »
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