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Ysabel
Ysabel, age 48, is a hard-working and diligent woman. She is also cheerful and kind. She is separated from the father of her two children, 26 year old Richard and 22 year old Melina. It is for them that she has worked hard to get ahead. She lives comfortably with her children in her own house.

Ysabel’s business is selling food like “juanes”, (similar to tamales, except made with rice and stuffed with fish, chicken, or yucca), grilled fish, tamales, and others. She does this Monday through Friday at night. She tends to her customers in a kind way. She has managed to have her business be well-received and in demand. She sets up in the front of her house with a table and some chairs.

She has had this business for ten years, and she counts on her sister’s help. She started with money from a loan that a relative gave her. She considers her business to be profitable because of the good income it gives her. She manages to sell everything she prepares daily. This is thanks to how well-received her business is with her customers.

She likes to cook, and she learned the secrets of good seasoning from her mother. Her income allows her to pay her bills and her household expenses. She does now like being physically tired. She has to get up very early in the morning to make the daily preparations. However, this does not discourage her, and she continues with her business. She wishes to expand her business and to improve her roof, where she will be able to tend to her customers more comfortably.

This will be her 14th loan with MFP. She is hoping for your collaboration in order to be able to firm up her plans. Also, she says that she is comfortable with her communal bank, and she considers the members to be responsible people. She will use the requested 4,000 soles to fix her floor. She will also buy tables, chairs, and kitchen utensils in order to renovate her equipment. This way she hopes to be more popular with her customers. She will also buy the ingredients she needs to prepare the food. She will buy things like rice, oil, noodles, and others, and she will be looking for low prices.
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Ysabel, de 48 años de edad, es una mujer trabajadora y empeñosa, además de alegre y amable. Está separada del padre de sus 2 hijos Richard de 26 y Melina de 22 años de edad por quienes se ha esforzado en salir adelante. Vive en compañía de sus hijas, instaladas cómodamente en su casa propia. El negocio que tiene Ysabel es la venta de comidas, como juanes, pescados asados, tamales y otros, que lo realiza de lunes a viernes por las noches, atendiendo muy amablemente a sus clientes logrando tener una buena acogida y demanda, instalándose en el frontis de su casa con una mesa y algunas sillas.
Realiza éste negocio desde hace 10 años contando con la ayuda de su hermana, iniciándose con un capital de un préstamo familiar. Considera rentable a su negocio por las buenas ganancias que le deja, pues logra vender todo los que prepara a diario gracias a la acogida que tiene con sus clientes.
Le gusta cocinar aprendiendo de su made los secretos para una buena sazón, así como el ingreso económico que le permite pagar sus cuentas y gastos de su hogar. No le gusta el cansancio físico ya que tienen que levantarse muy de temprano por las mañanas para realizar los preparativos del día, pero eso no la desanima y continúa en su negocio.
Por eso desea ampliar su negocio y mejorar su techado donde pueda atender más cómodamente a sus clientes. Este será el préstamo número 14 con la institución MFP. Por ello espera de su colaboración para que pueda concretar sus planes. Además dice estar cómoda con su grupo solidario que considera a sus miembros ser personas responsables. Con el monto solicitado de 4000 nuevos soles, los invertirá en el arreglo de su piso, como también en la compra de mesas, sillas y utensilios de cocina para renovar sus enseres, de esa manera espera tener mayor acogida de sus clientes. Además de los ingredientes necesarios para la preparación de comidas como arroz, aceites, fideos y otros, buscando pecios bajos.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 102
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $55,238,100
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.7
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,500 helped Ysabel to fix the floor; to buy tables, chairs and utensils, and to buy rice, oil, and noodles.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
12 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Mar 7, 2012
Listed
Apr 8, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jan 15, 2013