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Bonifacia
Bonifacia is 51 years old. She is a happy and very hardworking woman. She lives with her partner, with whom she has one child who is already grown and independent. She has her own house where she lives alongside her partner, and there they educated and raised their child, who now supports them with many of their household expenses.

Bonifacia works purchasing soft drinks in bulk. She has an air-conditioned space in her house where she makes the sales. She also sells retail, earning her percentage by selling above her cost to purchase, since she sells them ice-cold. In addition, she has some other items that she sells, among them homemade breads and cakes that her customers crave.

She has been working in this business for more than 9 years, and she does it alone, since her partner works at other activities. She considers her business to be profitable because of the demand that she has and the good earnings that it gives her.

She enjoys her work, as she has time to do her household activities. She has good customers and it goes well for her, since she is able to save a good portion of her sales. Therefore, she hopes in the future to install a soda fountain so she will be able to continue growing economically.

This is loan number 17 with the organization MFP; happily, everything is going well for her and she hopes to continue to be compliant as she has been up to now. She is very grateful, because thanks to the loans, she was able to increase her capital and have more income. With the requested loan of 4000 soles, she will purchase a greater volume of soft drinks, including sodas in glass bottles and disposable cups. With this, she will have a greater quantity of merchandise in stock, and she will avoid having to spend on daily trips to make her purchases.
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Bonifacia, de 51 años, es una mujer alegre y muy trabajadora. Es conviviente con su pareja con quien tiene 01 hijo ya mayor e independiente. Tiene una casa propia en donde vive a lado de su pareja y ahí dieron educación y una buena crianza a su hijo quien ahora apoya en muchos gastos en la economía de su hogar.

El trabajo de Bonifacia consiste en la compra de bebidas gasificadas al por mayor, tiene un espacio acondicionado en su casa en donde realiza la venta y también vende al menudeo ganando su porcentaje por venta a sobrecosto ya que ella los vende helado, además ella tiene algunas cosas más en venta, entre ellos panecillos y kekes caseros con los que sus clientes comen como antojos.
Lleva más de 09 años trabajando en éste negocio y lo hace sola ya que su pareja se dedica a otras actividades.
Considera rentable su negocio por la demanda que tiene y las buenas ganancias que le deja.
Le gusta su trabajo ya que tiene tiempo para poder hacer las actividades en su hogar, tiene buenos clientes y le va bien ya que gana buen porcentaje de sus ventas. Por tanto, espera poder en el futuro poner una fuente de soda para que así puede seguir creciendo en lo económico. Este es el préstamo número 17 con la institución MFP, felizmente le esta yendo bien en todo y espera poder seguir siendo cumplida como lo ha sido hasta ahora, esta muy agradecida ya que gracias a los prestamos obtenidos pudo aumentar su capital y tener mejores ingresos. Con el monto solicitado 4000 soles, comprará bebidas gasificadas en mayor volumen, entre ellas gaseosas en envase de vidrio y en envases descartables, con esto tendrá mayor cantidad de mercadería en stock y se evitará estar gastando en pasajes a diarios para hacer sus compras.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 88
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $56,011,725
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,550 helped Bonifacia to purchase soft drinks and disposable cups.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
At end of term
Pre-Disbursed:
Sep 20, 2012
Listed
Oct 5, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Apr 17, 2013