Update on Maria JosefaMaria is a 66 year old woman. She lives in her own home with her partner and she has three children under her care. She mentions that the quality of life in the community is at the subsistence level. Most of the inhabitants are independent workers dedicated to trade and breeding small animals. Some of them also work in agriculture. Maria lives in the village of Esperanza, district of Tambogrande, department of Piura. The village has electricity services and water is consumed by means of an artesian well. All of the families here live under these conditions.
Maria is in the business of breeding and selling sheep and poultry. The breeding of these animals takes place in corals outside of her home. It is worth noting that Maria’s six years of experience in this business has allowed her to keep her already existing customers. She sells her animals to wholesalers in the area. In addition, she owns 1.0 hectares of farm land where she has planted lemon trees. This provides additional income and her husband helps her with this activity.
Currently, Maria is proposing to expand the inventory in her animal breeding/selling business because it is a very profitable business in the area. For these reasons, she is requesting a new loan from Edpyme Alternativa in the amount of S/ 1000 nuevos soles which will be designated for the purchase of fertilizers and to clean her crops. In time, this will allow her to continue improving her family’s standard of living.
La actividad comercial a la que se dedica Mercedes es la crianza/venta de ovinos y aves de corral, la crianza de estos animales la realiza en corrales externos a su domicilio; cabe destacar que en esta actividad María cuenta con 6 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 posee 1.0 ha de terreno agrícola donde tiene instalado limón donde le permite tener otros ingresos, su cónyuge también le apoyan en esta actividad.
Actualmente María 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/ 1000 nuevos soles el cual estará destinado a la compra de fertilizantes y realizar labores de limpieza en su cultivo, lo cual en el tiempo le va permitir ir mejorando su nivel de vida de su familia.
Previous Loan DetailsMaria Josefa is 65, married, and has 3 children. She lives in her own home, which is located in the hamlet of Nueva Esperanza, in the TambogranD. district. Her community is a rural zone of this district, and for this reason she does not have basic services. Maria Josefa sells sheep, and also… More from Maria Josefa's previous loan »
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