Update on FredesmanFredesman is a 33-year-old man who lives with his common-law wife and has two children in his care. He lives with his wife and children in his own home which is located in the small village of 8-4 Cruceta, in Tambogrande district. The house has electricity. This is a small community of approximately 100 families.
Fredesman's business is raising and selling livestock (sheep, goats, pigs and farmyard birds). When they reach an appropriate size and weight he sells them in the local market. He has been in this business for approximately five years. His business is located at home and he learned it from his parents. As a result, he knows the business inside out. In addition, Fredesman also farms crops. He has 0.8 hectares of farmland where he grows lemons which he harvests weekly. This makes him additional income.
Fredesman has requested a loan for 2,500 soles which he will invest in buying nutritionally-balanced feed for his livestock and fertilizers for his lemon crop. This investment will allow him to continue growing in his business.
La actividad que desarrolla Fredesman es la crianza y venta de ganado menor (ovino, caprinos, porcino, caprinos y aves de corral), los cuales al alcanzar tamaño y peso exacto los comercializa en el mercado local. Esta actividad la realiza desde hace 5 años aproximadamente, el negocio esta ubicado en su domicilio y aprendió esta actividad de sus padres, es decir conoce a la perfección el rubro. Complementariamente se dedica a ala agricultura donde cuenta con 0.80 ha de terreno agrícola que tienen instalado limón y viene cosechando semanalmente lo que le permite tener ingresos adicionales.
El monto del crédito solicitado es de 2500 nuevos soles, los cuales se emplearán para invertir en la compra de alimento balanceado para su ganado menor y la compra de fertilizantes para su cultivo de limón, está inversión le permitirá seguir creciendo.
Previous Loan DetailsFredesman, 32, is a father living with his wife and two children in Hualtaco, part of the agricultural Tambogrande district, an agricultural area located in Piura region more than four hours from Chiclayo, capital of Lambayeque region. He raises small farm animals and barnyard fowl. He raises... More from Fredesman's previous loan »
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