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Adilia
Adilia is 61 years old. She is a very hard-working, entrepreneurial, honest woman who has not had a partner for many years. However, she has three children who are all now adults. Adilia lives in her own home alongside her youngest son whose name is Sedny. Every day the pair both work and make efforts to make progress.

Adilia's main business is selling food, mainly meat from wild animals such as deer, tapirs, turtles, paca and farmyard hens. In addition, she also sells bananas and regional fruits. In the past, she would raise these species on her own farm and thereby supply her own business with animals. Now, however, she buys them from people in the countryside and those living in indigenous communities. She has been in this business for 20 years and works extra hard when the town is celebrating a festival or important event. Adilia has also been selling used clothing and perfumes for two years on a casual basis. All of these businesses make her good income and provide her with financial peace of mind.

What Adilia likes about her work is the fact that she is in contact with other people. Being physically active all the time gives her a lot of energy and vitality. Above all, she feels happy because she is able to make her own income and thereby continue covering her own expenses.

This is Adilia's seventh loan from MFP. She is very happy to know that she has financial support because it makes her feel more secure as she makes progress in her work. For this reason, she pledges once again to make her loan repayments on time as she has in the past. She is very happy to belong to her community bank because all the members of the bank are very responsible and supportive.

Adilia will use the 1,500 she has requested to buy farmyard hens, turtle meat and other wild animal meat. She will also buy bananas by the bunch and some other fruit.
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Adilia tiene 61 años, es una mujer emprendedora, honesta y muy trabajadora. No tiene ninguna pareja hace mucho años, sin embargo tiene tres hijos que ya son mayores. Vive en su casa propia al lado del menor de sus hijos llamado Sedny. Ambos comparten el día a día de trabajo, esfuerzo y lucha por seguir adelante.

Su actividad principal es la venta de alimentos, principalmente carne de animales silvestres como venado, tapir, tortugas, majas y gallinas de chacra, lo complementa con la venta de plátanos y frutas de la región. Antiguamente criaba estas especies en su propia chacra y de ahí se abastecía, pero ahora las compra de los pobladores del campo o comunidades nativas. Realiza esta actividad hace 20 años, lo hace con mayor énfasis cuando en la ciudad se celebra alguna festividad o acontecimiento importante. Así también vende ropa usada y productos de perfumería hace 2 años, de manera eventual. Todos estos trabajos le generan buenos ingresos y le dan tranquilidad económica.
Lo que le gusta de su labor es que le permite tener contacto con las personas, le da vitalidad y mucha energía al estar en constante actividad física y sobre todo se siente feliz porque puede generar sus propios ingresos económicos para continuar solventado sus gastos.

Este es el crédito número 7 con MFP, está muy contenta de saber que tiene un apoyo financiero, ya que así se sentirá más segura de avanzar con su trabajo. Asimismo se compromete, una vez más, a cumplir con el pago puntual de sus cuotas como lo hizo anteriormente. Y está muy contenta de pertenecer a su banco comunal, ya que todos sus integrantes son muy responsables y solidarios.

Con el monto solicitado (S/. 1500) comprará gallinas de chacra, carne de tortuga y de otros animales silvestres; también plátanos por racimos y algunas frutas.

About Peru

  • $12,000
    Average annual income
  • 128
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  • $57,346,375
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.7
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $575 helped Adilia to buy wild animal meat and other products to sell.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
May 29, 2012
Listed
Jun 18, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Dec 15, 2012