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Liz
Liz is 31 years old. She is a hardworking woman and a fighter. She has lived for some time with the man she loves. They live in her parents' home but she has her own lot in the same neighborhood where she will build her own home. She is constantly helping out with the household finances and that is why every day she works hard to have a better quality of life. Liz's work now is renting out rooms. She has set up four rooms on her lot and she rents them out daily, weekly or monthly at comfortable prices. To build these rooms she had her father's and her husband's help. They support her unconditionally. She just started this activity a month ago. Previously she sold chickens, but the demand for the product went down and that is why she decided to switch to a different type of work. Now she is in the middle of outfitting some of the rooms and is painting them so they will look better. Despite this she already has potential renters who are waiting to use the rooms. She also has alittle bit of money saved up that she wants to invest in buying a motorcycle taxi that she will also rent out and thus have daily income to pay for household expenses. Both activities attracted her because she can receive good, daily income. She is happy because she can help to support her family. She hopes that her work goes well for her so she just can keep working. This is loan number 8 with MFP. She is grateful to the people who made access to this loan possible, since she will feel safer going ahead with her work. She is also committed to making her payments on time and feels calm and supported by the members of her communal bank. With the amount of 1200 soles that she has asked for, she will buy screens for the windows on the rooms she rents out. She will also buy a motorcycle taxi, adding to the 500 soles she has already saved up for that.
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Liz, de 31 años, es una mujer muy trabajadora y luchadora, convive desde hace algún tiempo junto al hombre que ama, vive en la casa de sus padres a lado de ellos, pero tiene su propio terreno en el mismo barrio en donde construirá su casa propia, ella ayuda constantemente en la economía de su hogar y es por eso que todos los días trabaja mucho para tener una mejor calidad de vida. El trabajo de Liz actualmente consiste en el alquiler de cuartos. Ha establecido en su terreno 4 cuartos que alquila para uso diario, semanal o mensual a precios cómodos. Para la construcción de estas habitaciones contó con el apoyo de su padre y de su conviviente quienes le brindan su ayuda desinteresada. Recién lleva en esta actividad un mes, ya que anteriormente vendía pollos, pero la demanda de este producto ha disminuido es por eso que ha decidido cambiar de rubro. Ahora se encuentra en pleno acondicionamiento de algunas de las habitaciones, por lo pronto se encuentra en la etapa de pintado para que se vean mejor, a pesar de ello ya tiene potenciales clientes que están a la espera de ocupar los cuartos. Por otra parte, tiene una cierta cantidad de dinero ahorrado que quiere invertir en la compra de un mototaxi para también alquilarlo y de esta forma percibir un pago diario que solventen los gastos de su hogar. Ambas actividades le llaman la atención porque se pueden recibir ingresos diarios y buenas ganancias, se siente feliz porque puede colaborar en el sustento de su familia, espera que le vaya bien en ambas labores para que pueda seguir trabajando con tranquilidad. Este es el crédito número 8 con MFP, por tanto agradece a quienes hacen posible su acceso a este financiamiento ya que así se sentirá mas segura de avanzar con su trabajo, por otro lado se compromete a cumplir con el pago de sus cuotas de forma puntual, del mismo modo se siente muy tranquila y respaldada por los integrantes de su banco comunal. Con el monto solicitado 1200 soles, comprará mallas para cubrir las ventanas de los cuartos que alquila. Asimismo, comprará un mototaxi completando con 500 soles el monto que ya tiene ahorrado para tal fin.

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  • $12,000
    Average annual income
  • 97
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  • $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 $475 helped Liz to buy screens for the windows in the rooms she rents, as well as a motorcycle taxi.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Sep 19, 2012
Listed
Oct 21, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Apr 17, 2013