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Enith
Enith, 39 years old, is an enterprising and very hardworking woman. She is single, but has three children who are 7, 15, and 18 years old. She lives with them in her own house that her ex-husband built while he lived with them. She wants to improve and get ahead for the good of all of her family. Enith works doing a variety of economic activities, but of all of them, she spends the most time selling groceries. She has a small store located in her mother's house which has been open for three years. There she sells all types of basic items such as rice, sugar, oil, bread, milk, eggs, sausage, and sodas. On occasions when she is absent doing other work, her mother or one of her children helps her at the store. She also works selling food on the sidewalk outside her house or selling different clothing items and cosmetics, depending on the season. She likes what she does because the income from her work covers her expenses and gives her tranquility and peace to cover her basic necessities. She wants to consolidate her business slowly and build a larger store in the future.

This is her first loan with MFP and she is grateful for the opportunity and the confidence that they have in her to receive this loan. She promises to make her payments responsibly and on time. She is also grateful to be a part of her community bank since she has seen that the members are supportive and thoughtful people. With the loan provided, she will purchase products for her bodega such as rice, sugar, eggs, and other necessary items, as well as increase her stock of cosmetics by purchasing perfumes, creams, talcum powder, and makeup products.
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Enith, es una mujer de 39 años, emprendedora y muy trabajadora, es soltera pero tiene 3 hijos de 18, 15 y 7 años de edad, vive junto a ellos en su casa propia que construyó su ex cónyuge mientras vivía a su lado, ahí comparte el mismo deseo de superarse y salir adelante por el bien de toda su familia. Nuestra amiga Enith desarrolla varias actividades económicas, pero de entre todas dedica la mayor parte de su tiempo a la venta de abarrotes. Tiene su bodega instalada en la casa de su madre, funciona desde hace 3 años y ahí ofrece a la venta todo tipo de productos de primera necesidad como arroz, azúcar, aceite, pan, leche, huevos, embutidos, gaseosas, etc. En ocasiones, cuando se encuentra ausente realizando otros trabajos, recibe la ayuda de su madre en la atención o de alguno de sus hijos. Eventualmente trabaja vendiendo comida en la vereda de su casa o también pone a la venta diferentes prendas de vestir y cosméticos dependiendo de la temporada. Le gusta mucho lo que hace porque los ingresos que percibe de su negocio han cubierto sus expectativas y le dan tranquilidad y sosiego para cubrir sus necesidades básicas y además de ello no hace esfuerzo alguno. Espera consolidar su negocio poco a poco y más adelante construir una tienda más grande. Este es su primer crédito con MFP, por tanto agradece la oportunidad y confianza que ponen en ella para recibir éste crédito, por otro lado se compromete a cumplir con el pago de sus cuotas de manera responsable y puntual, además le agrada ser parte del banco comunal al que pertenece ya que ha visto que sus integrantes son personas solidarias y muy cumplidas.
Con el monto solicitado (S/. 800), incrementará la cantidad de productos en su bodega comprando arroz, azúcar, huevos y otros artículos necesarios para la venta, además incrementará su stock de cosméticos con la compra de perfumes, cremas, talcos y productos de maquillaje.

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  • $6,715
    Average annual income
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  • $56,783,425
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $325 helped Enith to purchase rice, sugar, and eggs, as well as cosmetics such as perfume, creams, and talcum powder.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Aug 22, 2012
Listed
Oct 1, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Mar 15, 2013