Update on Maria OlindaMaría is a 24 year old woman who lives in a common law relationship and has two minor children who are dependent on her. She lives with her partner and children in their own home in the San Isidro neighborhood in Mórrope District, in Lambayeque Department. The quality of life in the community is at the subsistence level. Most are independent workers engaged in trade, animal husbandry and also agriculture. Their only basic service is electricity and they consume water from artesian wells. All the families live under these conditions.
María’s primary activity is raising and selling animals such as sheep, goats, pigs and chickens. She feeds them nutritious feed in corrals that are outside the house. She has had sufficient experience in this type of business where she markets the animals to wholesale traders in the area. Her partner is a farmer, which enables him to help with basic necessities.
María is applying for a loan of S/. 2,500 and will use it to purchase nutritional feed, chickens, pigs and goats to raise, and to repair her corrals. Currently she has proposed expanding her inventory in order to improve her standard of living.
La actividad principal a la que se dedica María es la crianza/venta de animales como: ovinos, caprinos, porcinos y aves de corral, estos los alimenta a base de concentrado en corrales que se encuentran en la parte exterior de su casa; ella cuenta con experiencia suficiente para este tipo de negocio, donde la comercialización lo realiza a los comerciantes mayoristas de la zona; así mismo su cónyuge esta dedicado a la agricultura donde le apoya en la canasta familiar.
El préstamo que esta solicitando María es de S/. 2,500 nuevos soles, se destinara para la compra de alimentos balanceados, aves, porcinos y caprinos para la cría. Y arreglo de corrales. Actualmente se ha propuesto ampliar su inventario y mejorar su condición de vida.
Previous Loan DetailsMaría is 23 years old. She lives with her husband and children in her own house. The house has electricty only and is located in the district of Mórrope in the department of Lambayeque. This area is dedicated to farming, livestock and tourism. María has spent several years rearing and selling ... More from Maria Olinda's previous loan »
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