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Nelvy
Nelvy, age 30, is an enterprising and very hard-working woman. She lives with Frank, and they have three children, ages 11, 9, and 5. She lives in her own house with all of the members of her family. She puts forth great effort day after day in order to be the best and to provide them with all of the best.

Nelvy has been selling food since she was a young woman. She works every day on the sidewalk of her house, where she sets up a table, chairs, and a cooking area where she makes the most delicious “anticuchos” [kebabs] and “juanes” [a regional dish of rice and meat, wrapped and cooked in a bijao or banana leaf]. They are a delight to her customers.

She occasionally offers other types of dishes to get out of the routine, but she does this without leaving behind the flavors of the Peruvian kitchen. She has had this business for over two years. Her husband helps her at times, but she primarily works alone.

What she likes about her business activity is that she is able to have income that she generates herself. This allows her to pay for the household necessities and to work with her life partner in the distribution and management of the basic expenses. She hopes that with the passage of time she will have a well-established restaurant where she works more enthusiastically and carries out her work more comfortably.

This is her fourth loan with MFP. She is grateful to those who provide her this opportunity of a loan. This gives her the security to continue working. She pledges, once more, to make her payments punctually because she does not want to give a negative impression to the members of her group who are known for their punctual and responsible payments.

She will use this loan for 800 soles to buy ingredients and supplies to use in the preparation of her meals. She will buy things like rice, olives, eggs, condiments, vinegar, kebab sticks, and meat, among others.
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Nelvy, de 30 años, es una mujer emprendedora y my trabajadora, convive con Frank y con él tiene 3 hijos de 11. 9 y 5 años de edad respectivamente. Vive en su casa propia junto a todos los miembros de su familia y día a día se esfuerza por ser la mejor y brindarles todo lo mejor. Nelvy, se dedica desde muy joven a la venta de comida. Trabaja todos los días en la vereda de su casa en donde instala una mesa, sillas y una cocina en donde realiza los más ricos “anticuchos” y “juanes” que son el deleite de sus clientes. Eventualmente ofrece otro tipo de platillos para salir de la rutina pero sin dejar de lado los sabores de la cocina peruana. Lleva realizando este negocio por más de 2 años y lo hace con ayuda de su cónyuge en algunas ocasiones, pero principalmente trabaja sola. Lo que le gusta de su actividad es que puede tener un ingreso económico que ella misma genera que le permite solventar las necesidades de su hogar y colaborar con su pareja en la repartición y manejo de los gastos básicos, espera tener con el paso del tiempo un restaurante bien implementado en donde trabaje con mas ganas y atienda con mayor comodidad. Este es el crédito número 4 con MFP, agradece a quienes le brindan la oportunidad para acceder a este crédito financiero que le brinda la seguridad para continuar con su trabajo, por otro lado se compromete una vez más a cumplir con el pago de sus cuotas de manera puntual ya que no desea dejar una imagen negativa en los miembros de su grupo que se caracterizan por la puntualidad y responsabilidad en sus pagos.
Con el préstamo de 800 nuevos soles, los invertirá en la compra de ingredientes e insumos que usa en la preparación de sus potajes como arroz, aceitunas, huevos, condimentos, vinagres, palitos de anticuchería, carnes entre otros.

About Peru

  • $12,000
    Average annual income
  • 80
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $57,341,375
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $325 helped Nelvy to buy rice, olives, eggs, condiments, vinegar, kebab sticks, and meat, among others.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Sep 11, 2012
Listed
Oct 3, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Apr 17, 2013