Update on Miriam AgueditaMiriam is 43 years old. She lives with her partner and has two children in her charge. She lives in her own house with her husband and her children. She says that the quality of life in her community is that of subsistence. The majority of the residents are independent workers that sell and raise small animals and some of them also work in agriculture. Miriam lives in the district of Cayaltí, in the department of Lambayeque. She has all of the basic utility services. All of the families in the area live with these conditions.
The commercial activity that Miriam works in is raising and selling domestic fowl. She raises them in corrals outside her house. Miriam has had 11 years of experience, which has allowed her to maintain her established clients in this business. She sells her animals to the wholesalers in the area. Her husband helps her in her business.
Miriam is currently proposing to increase the number of animals she raises and sells because this is a very profitable business in the area. This is why she is requesting a new loan from Edpyme Alternativa in the amount of 1,500 nuevos soles (PEN), which will be used to buy feed and fix her corrals. Over time, this will allow her to improve her family’s quality of life.
La actividad comercial a la que se dedica Miriam es la crianza/venta de aves de corral, la crianza de estos animales la realiza en corrales externos a su domicilio; cabe destacar que en esta actividad Miriam cuenta con 11 años de experiencia, lo que le ha permitido mantener su clientela ya establecida en este negocio; ella vende sus animales a los comerciantes mayoristas de la zona; Así mismo su cónyuge le apoyan en esta actividad.
Actualmente Miriam se ha propuesto ampliar su inventario en lo referente a su crianza y venta de animales, esto debido a que es una actividad muy rentable en la zona; es por estas circunstancias que esta solicitando un nuevo préstamo a Edpyme Alternativa por un monto de S/ 1500 nuevos soles el cual estará destinado a la compra de alimentos balanceados y arreglo de corrales, lo cual en el tiempo le va permitir ir mejorando su nivel de vida de su familia.
Previous Loan DetailsMiriam, 42, is a mother of a large but unified family. She has a husband and six children. Her husband works doing farming chores for a large, local agribusiness. Miriam lives in Ucayali-Chiclayo District, a community dedicated to farming and raising livestock. Miriam is known for her work… More from Miriam Aguedita's previous loan »
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