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Nilda
Nilda is a woman of 36 who is responsible for her two little and beloved children. The older is 15 and the younger barely 4. Unfortunately, she separated from her husband 5 years ago due to some difficulties. It was at that time that Nilda decided to put much more effort into her work and give the best to her children.

Nilda very much enjoys her time making sweaters for her children, since one of her hobbies is knitting. She and her little family live in the city of Pisco, which is famous for El Candelabro, which can be seen from the beautiful Ballestas Islands, a place that is heavily visited by tourists and is located in the district of Paracas.

To be able to generate the income that her little family needs, Nilda sells corn, and at the same time, she has a store, where she works from 7:30 in the morning until 7 at night. She tells us that her business is successful because it has a good location, and this allows her to serve an average of 20 customers a day. It was thanks to her brother that she was encouraged to have this type of business. Since that time everything has been going well for her, and she is thankful for that.

A good idea for her business occurred to her: to buy rice, pasta, milk, and other grocery products for her store. She knows that with this new variety of products her customers will be much more satisfied and thus she will be able to generate the income that she needs to enlarge her business, which will allow her to keep her children in good health and at the same time give them the schooling that they need.
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Nilda es una mujer de 35 años que está a cargo de sus dos pequeños y amados hijos, el mayor de 15 y el menor de apenas 4 añitos, lamentablemente se separo de su esposo hace 5 años debido a algunas dificultades, es desde ese momento que Nilda decide ponerle mucho más esfuerzo al trabajo y darles lo mejor a sus pequeños.
Nilda disfruta mucho su tiempo haciéndole chompitas a sus pequeños, ya que uno de sus pasatiempos es ese, tejer, ella y su pequeña familia viven en la ciudad de Pisco, caracterizada por el candelabro, el cual se puede observar desde las preciosas islas ballestas, lugar muy concurrido por turistas, ubicado en el distrito de Paracas.

Para poder generar los ingresos que su pequeña familia necesita, Nilda de dedica a la venta de maíz y a su vez también tiene una bodega, en donde trabaja desde las 7 y 30 de la mañana hasta las 7 de la noche, ella nos comenta que su negocio tiene éxito porque se encuentra en una buena ubicación y es esto lo que le permite atender a un promedio de 20 personas diariamente. Fue gracias a su hermano que se animó a tener este tipo de negocio, desde ese momento todo le está yendo bien y está agradecida por ello.

A ella se le ha ocurrido una buena idea para su negocio, la misma que consiste en realizar la compra de arroz, fideo, leche y otros productos de abarrotes para poder implementar su tienda, ella sabe que con esta nueva variedad productos sus clientes estarán mucho más complacidos y así ella podrá generar los ingresos que le hacen falta para agrandar su negocio, lo mismo que le permitirá tener a sus hijos en un buen estado de salud y a su vez tengan los estudios que ellos necesitan.

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About Caja Rural Señor de Luren

Caja Rural Señor de Luren is a microfinance institution based in Ica in southern Peru that primarily promotes the development of the country’s agricultural sector through lending. Today, it also offers credit for consumers, microenterprises and housing improvements, and has expanded its financial services to promote micro-savings and provide micro-insurance. This institution has been instrumental in helping borrowers recover from the devastating earthquake in the Ica region in 2007, and works with Peru’s National Bank to reach some of the poorest and most remote microfinance clients in the country.

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    Average annual income
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