Update on EduardoEduardo is 49 years old. He lives with his partner and a son in Olmos district, in a settlement near the urban part of the district. It is a farming area with quite a bit of commercial agriculture. It is part of Lambayeque province and located more than an hour and a half from the city of Chiclayo.
He raises and sells sheep and goats. He has been in this business for many years, and is extremely knowledgeable in this field. He buys animals from his neighbors and acquaintances and raises them at his home. When they have attained a good size and weight, he sells them in the city of Chiclayo.
Eduardo is requesting a loan of 1,000 nuevos soles to buy more animals and balanced feed. With this investment, he will be able to increase his income, in order to better meet his family's expenses.
He has previously had a loan financed by Kiva and it went quite well. Now he wishes to continue his growth as a businessperson and has again drawn upon Kiva funding so that he can move forward.
He is quite grateful to the people who helped him at that time, and also thanks in advance the people who will help him on this occasion.
Se dedica a la crianza y comercialización de ganado ovino y caprino. Esta actividad la realiza desde hace muchos años. Conoce a la perfección el rubro. El adquiere animales de sus vecinos y conocidos, los cría en su vivienda y cuando ya han alcanzado un buen tamaño y peso, los vende en la ciudad de Chiclayo.
Eduardo solicita un préstamo de 1000 nuevos soles para comprar más animales y alimento balanceado. Con esta inversión, podrá aumentar sus ingresos mejor cubrir sus gastos familiares. Anteriormente ha tenido un préstamo financiado por Kiva y le ha ido bastante bien, ahora desea seguir creciendo como empresario y ha recurrido nuevamente a Kiva para salir adelante. El se encuentra bastante agradecido con las personas que le ayudaron en su momento y también agradece de antemano a las personas que le ayudarán en esta ocasión.
Previous Loan DetailsEduardo, age 48, lives with his wife and son in the in the district of Olmos in a small village near Olmos, a rather busy agricultural zone in Lambayeque Province. He is situated more than one hour and a half from the city of Chiclayo. Eduardo raises and sells sheep and goats. He has been... More from Eduardo's previous loan »
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