Update on Santos AdanSantos is a gentleman who is 55 years of age and married. He lives with his wife and children in their own home, which is located in the District of Cayalti, Department of Lambayeque. Most of the residents engage in agriculture and breeding animals, but some are also involved in trade. Everyone in this area receives basic services such as electricity, running water, and drainage systems.
Santos raises and sells small animals such as ducks, turkeys, pigs, and goats as his main business activity. The animals are kept in an area behind his house and are given a diet of balanced feed and natural grasses. Santos has 11 years of experience in this business. The animals are sold to wholesale traders in the area. In addition, he is a seasonal worker for a company in the area. This allows him to earn additional income. His wife also helps him with these activities.
The loan amount Santos is requesting is 3,000 PEN, which will be used to buy balanced feed and to repair the animal pens. This will enable him to capitalize his business and improve his quality of life.
La actividad principal a la que se dedica Santos es la crianza/venta de animales menores como: patos, pavos, porcinos y caprinos, estos los cría en corrales que están instalados en la parte posterior de su casa, donde les da alimento balanceado y pastos naturales; Santos cuenta con 11 años de experiencia en este negocio, y comercializa sus animales a comerciantes mayoristas de la zona; además es trabajador eventual de una empresa de la zona, donde le permite tener otros ingresos. Su cónyuge también le apoya en este tipo de actividades.
El monto del préstamo que esta solicitando Santos es de S/. 3,000 nuevos soles, que será para la compra de alimentos balanceados y arreglo de corrales, de esta manera se propone capitalizar su negocio y mejorar su calidad de vida
Previous Loan DetailsSantos is 54 years old and lives with his wife in a rural area of the Cayalti district. He owns his own home, located approximately one hour from the city of Chiclayo. He has farm land in the area where he lives. There, he usually works the farm, which yields a continuous harvest. In… More from Santos Adan's previous loan »
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