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Julia Nelsa
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Julia Nelsa R. G. in 46 years old, and completed primary school up to the second grade. She has six children but only two that are dependent on her. She lives in the middle of the small town of Bellavista in the district of Salpo, in the province of Otuzco and the Department of La Libertad, Peru.



In her store that she has set up in a second house that she has just purchased, she sells basic items like candies, sodas, and beer. As well, Julia also earns a living raising cattle, pigs and huachos which she fattens for a time to then sell later at a better price. Her business started with the raising of small animals such as chickens, guinea pigs, and small pigs; later she sold cereals such as wheat, barley and others.



With her first loan of 300.00 PEN that she received from her Communal Bank “Mujeres Trabajadores” (Working Women), she invested in the purchase of two ram sheep.



With this loan of $725.00 (2000.00 PEN) which will be paid in four months, she will buy two large bulls. Her biggest dream is to set up her store to have a larger variety of products.


Translated from Spanish by Diane Lister, Kiva Volunteer.



La señora Julia Nelsa R. G. tiene 46 años de edad, estudio hasta el segundo grado de educación primaria. Tiene seis hijos pero solo dos dependen de ella.
Vive el centro poblado menor de Bellavista en el distrito de Salpo en la provincia de Otuzco departamento La Libertad – Perú.



En su bodega que ha ambientado en su segunda casa que acaba de comprar, vende productos de primera necesidad, golosinas, gaseosas y cerveza. Así también la señora Julia se dedica a la crianza de ganados, chanchos y huachos el cual engorda por un tiempo para luego venderlo a mayor precio. Su negocio empezó con la crianza de animales menores como gallinas, cuyes y chanchos pequeños, luego vendía cereales de trigo, cebada y otros.



Con su primer préstamo de S/. 300.00 que recibió en su Banco Comunal “Mujeres Trabajadoras” lo invirtió en la compra de tres carneros.



Con el préstamo de S/. 2000.00 el cual pagara en cuatro meses comprará dos toros grandes.



Su mayor sueño es implementar su bodega, teniendo mayor variedad de productos.

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