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Francis
Francis, 21, is an enterprising youth who is single and has no children. She lives in her parent's house with her brother, and they work together each day so that they can have a better quality of life.

She works selling fast food (fried chicken). She works daily, along with her parents. She gets up very early and goes to the market along with her mother to look for the freshest products and meat so that they can always provide their customers with the best. In her house, in the afternoons, they are in charge of preparing the food so that everything is ready by 6pm. At this time, they start to sell the delicious and well-served plates of roasted chicken.
This business has been running for 8 years, but she has taken charge of it over the last 2 years, because prior to this it was run by her parents. With the income from this business, she is able to cover the expenses for her Veterinary Medicine studies. This is going very well, and she is very optimistic in everything that she does. Her goal is to expand her business, but at this time she just hopes to consolidate the business and gradually make progress with it.

This is her 5th loan with MFP, and she is grateful to them for making it possible for her to continue toward her goals. Also, she is very committed to making her payments on time as she did with her previous loans. She is very content with her communal bank, because all of the members are good, friendly and cooperative people.

With the sum of 3,000 Peruvian soles she requests, she will buy tables and chairs, and also materials to make some improvements to her business premises, such as repairs to the roof and floor. In addition, she will stock up on non-perishables to have on reserve in case prices rise.
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Francis tiene 21 años, es una joven emprendedora, aún soltera y sin hijos. Vive en casa de sus padres junto a su hermano, con quienes trabaja a diario para poder tener una mejor calidad de vida.

Su trabajo consiste en la venta de comida rápida (pollo frito). Trabaja a diario, junto a sus padres, desde muy temprano se levanta y se dirige al mercado con la compañía de su madre, en busca de los productos y carnes más frescas para brindar a su clientela siempre lo mejor. En su casa, por las tardes, se encargan de preparar lo que necesitan para tener todo listo a partir de las 6.00 p.m que es el momento en el que comienzan a vender los deliciosos y muy bien servidos platos de pollo broaster. El negocio funciona desde hace 8 años, pero ahora ella se hace cargo desde hace 2 años, ya que antes todo era administrado por sus padres. Con los ingresos que su negocio puede cubrir los gastos que le demandan sus estudios de Medicina Veterinaria. Le está yendo muy bien y es muy optimista en todo lo que hace, tiene como meta poder expandir su negocio, pero por el momento solo espera consolidarse y progresar poco a poco.

Este es el crédito número 5 con MFP, por tanto agradece a quienes lo hacen posible para continuar con sus objetivos. Por otro lado, está muy comprometida en cumplir con el pago puntual de sus cuotas como lo hizo en anteriores créditos. Y está muy contenta de pertenecer a su banco comunal, ya que todos sus integrantes son muy buenos, amables y solidarios.

Con el monto solicitado (S/.3000) comprará mesas y sillas, así como materiales para realizar una mejora en la condiciones de su local; como arreglo del techo y el piso, además de abastecerse con productos no perecibles y tenerlos en su almacén como reserva y prevención en épocas de precios altos.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 66
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $53,959,050
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.7
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,125 helped Francis to buy tables and chairs, and to make some improvements to her restaurant.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
May 25, 2012
Listed
Jun 17, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Dec 15, 2012