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A loan of $750 helped to buy livestock and feed to expand her business.


Maria Alejandrina's story

María Alejandrina is a 39-year-old woman, married lives in a house located in the Tabacal neighborhood, in a rural area of the Tucume district. Most of the inhabitants of this area are independent merchants that sell livestock. Her activity is to sell livestock and labor paid by the day. In addition she works in agriculture. The business of livestock sales already has steady clients. The loan requested is 2,000 new soles, which will be used to buy livestock and feed. Maria has proposed herself to expand the inventory related to livestock because it's a business very profitable in the area.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Sofia Burt


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