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Mirlith
Mirlith is 38 years old, is a single mother, and lives in her own house alongside seven people, among some of her siblings and her children. She works hard every day to increase her profits and to be able to have a better quality of life. Mirlith's work is the sale of cosmetics. She sells all types of items through a catalog sales system or by display. She has a showcase in her house, where her customers arrive in search of perfumes, powders, creams, deodorants, any useful accessory. She has done this for 5 years, working alone and earning well. She eventually will alternate this work with the sale of sodas, depending on the season. For now, she continues to work in the sale of cosmetics and likes what she does. She says that the profits with customers have managed to consolidate over the years. She is very happy with the independence that she has because she is able to earn her own profits to afford necessary household expenses. She wants to continue working and to expand her business to continue progressing, since she wants to offer to her children the opportunity to obtain a quality education through professional studies.
This is her 8th loan with MFP. She is grateful to those who offer her the opportunity to accept this loan, which offers security to continue with her work. On the other hand she promises again to meet the payments of her dues punctually, as she does not want to leave a negative image on the members of her group, who are known for the punctuality and responsibility of their payments. With the requested amount of 2000 soles, she will mainly purchase cosmetics such as powders, creams, perfumes, and other items. Additionally, she will purchase 5 cases of sodas to sell, due to the intense heat in the area that she lives.
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Mirlith, de 38 años, es madre soltera, vive en una casa propia a lado de siete personas entre alguno de sus hermanos y sus hijos, ella trabaja duro todos los días para mejorar su ingresos y poder tener una mejor calidad de vida. El trabajo de Mirlith, consiste en la venta de cosméticos, vende todo tipo de artículos mediante el sistema de venta por catálogo o exhibición, tiene una vitrina en su casa en donde llegan sus clientes en busca de perfumes, talcos, cremas, desodorantes o algún accesorio de utilidad. Lleva en ésta actividad desde hace 5 años, trabaja sola y gana muy bien. Alterna esta actividad eventualmente con la venta de gaseosas dependiendo de la temporada. Por lo pronto, continúa trabajando en la venta de cosméticos y le gusta lo que hace, asegura sus ganancias con los clientes que ya ha logrado consolidar con el paso de los años, está muy contenta por la independencia que tiene y porque puede generar ella misma sus propios ingresos para solventar los gastos necesarios en su hogar, espera seguir trabajando y expandir su negocio para continuar progresando ya que desea brindarles a sus hijos la oportunidad de acceder a una educación de calidad a través de una carrera profesional. Este es el crédito número 8 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 monto solicitado 2000 soles, comprará principalmente cosméticos como talcos, cremas, perfumes y otros accesorios, además comprará 5 cajas de gaseosas para venderlos debido al intenso calor que se da en la zona donde vive.

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  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 68
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  • $54,533,550
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $800 helped Mirlith to purchase powders, creams, perfumes, and other items.
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