Update on SilviaSilvia, 27, lives with her partner and their two dependent children in their own home. The livelihood of her community is based on subsistence agriculture, with most residence being self employed and involved in trade, small animal husbandry and agriculture. Silvia lives in the village of La Colorada, Morrope district, in the administrative division of Lambayeque. She has basic electricity services, and collects consumable water from an artesian well. All the families who live there live in these conditions.
Silvia breeds and sells pigs. She breeds the animals in pens outside her home. She has two years experience in this trade, and has kept her established clientele. She sells her animals to wholesalers in her area, and her partner supports her in her business.
Silvia is now seeking to increase her inventory in relation to breeding and selling animals. As this is a very profitable activity in her area, she is requesting a new loan from Edpyme Alternativa in the amount of 1,500 soles which will be used to purchase feed and to maintain the animal pens, which in time will allow her to continue to improve the standard of living for her family.
Al igual que la mayoría de mujeres de la zona, se dedica a la crianza y comercialización de animales para percibir ingresos, ella cría cerdos en la parte posterior de su domicilio, cuando estas ya ha acanzado un buen nivel de desarrollo las ofrece en venta a los negociantes que siempre visitan el lugar en donde vive.
Silvia desea mejorar la alimentación de los animales que cría para percibir mayores ingresos, comprando alimento balanceado, por ello ha creído conveniente solicitar a Edpyme Alternativa un crédito de 1500 nuevos soles que le ayuden a lograr su objetivo.
Silvia es una mujer bastante conocida en la zona, sus vecinos le consideran una mujer honrada y confiable.
Previous Loan DetailsSilvia, 26, lives with her husband and two minor children in a small, rural community located 15 minutes from Mórrope-Lambayeque District. Silvia is known for being a hard working, cheerful woman who is devoted to her children. For the last two years she’s been selling snacks and fruit at a... More from Silvia's previous loan »
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