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Nilda
Nilda, 59 years old, is a nice and responsible woman. She is married and has six children who are now grown and only two that now live with her: one boy who is 31 years old and her daughter who is 27 years old. Together, they live in their own house. Nilda's work consists of retail selling of groceries, that is to say, she buys the products in great quantities and from there she sells them in small units.She has a small store installed in a space in her house, which she was able to construct due to the support of her spouse.

Among other products that she offers, she has rice, sugar, eggs, oil, canned goods, soft drinks, condiments, and others. Her schedule starts very early in the morning and ends at night. She has been in this line of work since she was 15 years old. Thanks to this job, she has been able to educate her children and outfit her house with some fixtures. In general, she works by herself and in some cases receives the help of her daughter while her spouse, son, and grandson work outside the home.

What she likes about her work is that she has time to do multiple activities inside of her home. It is going very well for her, since she always has customers to attend to, her income is considerable, and this allows her to purchase her products on a continual basis. For now, she prefers to continue with what she has, frequently purchasing the same quantities of products, but later she hopes to implement some changes in the infrastructure of her store.

This is her sixth loan with MFP. She was always a very good member in the community bank, where she is highly valued for being a responsible and supportive member. She thanks those who fill the loan that she requires to continue improving her business. The community bank is convinced that she will continue to be a punctual client and pay her payments on time, like she has in all of the loans she has had to date. With the 2500 soles (Peruvian currency), she will purchase a large quantity of groceries like rice, bread, sugar, eggs, and vegetables, among others, and she will also improve the infrastructure of her store with the purchase of wood and nails.
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Nilda, de 59 años, es una mujer amable y muy responsable, esta casada y tiene seis hijos quienes ya son mayores y solo dos viven con ella, un hijo de 31 años y su hija de 27 años. Juntos habitan en su casa propia. El trabajo de Nilda consiste en la venta de abarrotes al por menor, es decir compra los productos en grandes cantidades y de ahí se encarga de venderlos al menudeo. Tiene una pequeña tienda instalada en un espacio de su casa la misma que pudo construir gracias al apoyo de su esposo. Entre los productos que ofrece tiene arroz, azúcar, huevos, aceite, enlatados, bebidas gaseosas, condimentos y otros. Su horario de atención se inicia desde muy temprano y culmina por la noche. Este trabajo lo esta haciendo desde hace 15 años, gracias a esta actividad pudo educar a sus hijos e implementar su casa con algunos artefactos, por lo general trabaja sola y en algunas ocasiones recibe la ayuda de su hija mientras su esposo, hijo y nieto trabajan fueran de casa. Lo que le gusta de su trabajo es que tiene tiempo para realizar múltiples actividades dentro de su casa, le está yendo muy bien ya que siempre tiene clientes que atender, sus ganancias son considerables y eso le permite realizar la compra de sus productos de manera continua. Por ahora ella prefiere mantenerse con lo que tiene comprando con frecuencia la misma cantidad de productos pero más adelante espera implementarlo y realizar algunos cambios en la infraestructura de su local de atención. Este es el préstamo número 6 con MFP, siempre fue muy buena socia en su banco comunal en donde la quieren mucho por ser muy responsable y solidaria, agradece a quienes le brindan el préstamo que requiere para seguir aumentando su negocio, está convencida que seguirá siendo una cliente muy puntual y pagará sus cuotas a tiempo como lo hizo en todos los préstamos que tuvo hasta ahora.
Con el monto solicitado 2500 soles, comprará mayor cantidad de abarrotes como arroz, pan, azúcar, huevos, verduras entre otros, además mejorará la infraestructura de su tienda con la compra de maderas y clavos.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 112
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $55,250,775
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $975 helped Nilda to buy rice, bread, sugar, eggs, vegetables, wood, and nails.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Sep 14, 2012
Listed
Oct 16, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Apr 17, 2013