Update on Jose MiguelJosé is 53 years old, he is separated, he lives in his own home (which has plumbing and electricity), and his home is located in the district of Olmos in the Lambayeque area. This area is known for its agriculture and livestock.
José works in agriculture on his own farmland where he grows passion fruit and lemon. When he harvests his fruit, his products are sold in different marketplaces around Lambayeque and Chiclayo. He earns enough income to cover his household expenses. He also earns money with his moto-taxi (a motorized vehicle for transporting supplies and people) and he offers transport services to people in the towns and city centers.
He is seeking a loan from Edpyme Alternativa in the amount of 3000 nuevos soles so that he can pay for maintenance on his moto-taxi. He has used it for a long time and it is beginning to suffer and break down. He also wants to buy compost and fertilizer for his crops.
He already had a loan through Kiva, it went well, and he is very grateful to the people that gave him the opportunity. José sends his thanks in advance to the people that will fund this loan.
La actividad que desarrolla José es la agricultura, cuenta con sus propias tierras de cultivo donde ha instalado maracuyá y limón, una vez que realiza su cosecha sus productos los ofrece a los diferentes mercados de Lambayeque – Chiclayo y así puede obtener ingresos para cubrir sus gastos de su hogar. También cuenta con una mototaxi (vehículo motorizado utilizado en el transporte de carga y pasajeros) con la cual trabaja ofreciendo su servicio en los pueblos y centros poblados de la zona.
Ha solicitado un préstamo a Edpyme Alternativa de 3000 nuevos soles para brindar mantenimiento a su mototaxi, ya que el continuo uso ha hecho que esta empiece a sufrir algunas fallas, adicionalmente desea comprar abonos y fertilizantes para sus cultivos.
El ya ha tenido un crédito financiado a través de Kiva y le fue bien, por ello se siente muy agradecido con las personas que colaboraron con el en aquella oportunidad. José también agradece de antemano a las personas que le apoyarán en esta ocasión.
Previous Loan DetailsJosé is 51 years old, single, and lives in his own home which has running water and electricity. His home is in the rural district of Olmos which belongs in the Lambayeque department. This district is known for agriculture and animal breeding. José works in agriculture, and he has his own far... More from Jose Miguel's previous loan »
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