Update on Silvia InesSilvia is 59 years old. She lives with her partner and has one dependent child. She lives in her own home, located in Tambogrande district in Piura region, four hours from the city of Chiclayo.
The client lives in the rural part of this district and only has basic electricity service.
The work she does is farming and livestock-raising. She has more than 15 years experience managing her businesses: growing lemons and raising sheep, pigs and poultry. She looks after both using medium technology.
Her partner helps her in the work she does, as there is a strong family relationship that enables her to keep her business growing. She uses the income she earns to cover the household expenses.
Silvia is applying for a loan of 2,000 soles, which she will use to purchase balanced feed for fattening livestock. This way she will be able to sell them at a better price in the local market.
This investment will allow her to keep her business growing and so improve her quality of life.
La actividad que desarrolla el titular es la agricultura y ganadería, cuenta con más de 15 años de experiencia en el manejo de sus negocios, cultivo de limón y crianza de ovinos, cerdos y aves de corral, ambos los asiste con tecnología media, su conviviente lo apoya en sus actividades que realiza, existiendo buena relación familiar para seguir creciendo en su negocio. Los ingresos que percibe los utiliza para cubrir los gastos familiares.
Silvia está solicitando un crédito de S/. 2,000, el cual lo utilizará del crédito será la compra de alimentos balanceados para el engorde de ganado y así poderlos vender a un mejor precio en el mercado local esta inversión le permitirá seguir creciendo en su negocio y así mejorar su calidad de vida.
Previous Loan DetailsSilvia is a 58 year old wife and mother. She owns her own home, where she lives with her husband. They only have electricity in the house, which is located in the district of Tambogrande approximately 40 minutes from the department of Piura. In this area the main activity is farming, cattle raising… More from Silvia Ines's previous loan »
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