Update on DoraDora, 49, has two minor children in her care. She lives in her own house with her spouse and children in Motupe District, Lambayeque Department. They have electricity and they get their water from artesian wells.
Dora’s main activity is raising turkeys, ducks, chickens, sheep and goats to sell. She feeds them nutritionally balanced feed (corn, ‘polvillo’ [made from rice], etc.) and when they reach exact size and weight she sells them to local wholesalers. She’s been in this line of work for ten years and she has well-established customers in the zone.
The amount of the loan granted will be 1500 new soles to buy turnkeys, ducks and chickens to have better income for her home and thus be able to improve her quality of life. She doesn’t have much competition in this line of work in the area because she already has a well-established clientele.
La principal actividad que desarrolla Dora es la crianza y venta de pavos, patos, gallinas,ovejas y cabritos, donde les alimenta con alimentos balanceados (maìz,polvillo,etc) y cuando alcanzan el tamaño y peso exacto los comercializa a los comerciantes mayoristas de la zona; esta actividad la realiza desde hace 10 años. Cuentan con clientes ya establecidos en la zona.
El monto del crédito otorgado será de S/. 1500 nuevos soles y será para la compra de pavos, patos, gallinas, y de esa manera pueda tener mejores ingresos para su hogar y así poder mejorar su calidad de vida. Para este rubro no hay mayor competencia en la zona ya que ella cuenta con clientela ya establecida.
Previous Loan DetailsDora is a 48 year-old mother. She lives with her husband and two children in Sandoval sector, in Motupe. Sandoval is an agricultural sector which is located in Lambayeque province, more than one hour from the city of Chiclayo. Dora raises young animals, especially sheep and goats. She raise... More from Dora's previous loan »
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