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Mireli
Mireli, age 44, is a very dynamic and hard-working woman. She lives with Homero, and they have six children. However, she only lives with one of them, the 13 year old. The three of them live in their own house. Every day they put forth maximum effort in order to be able to improve their quality of life and get ahead.

Mireli’s work starts very early when she opens her grocery store. She has an establishment that she has built at her house. That is where she sells all types of food products like rice, bread, salt, sugar, vegetables, tea, milk, eggs, and more. She lives in a very busy area, which allows her to have good sales during the day. She also has another sales stand at one of the main markets in the city. She used her constant savings to buy it from an association of sellers many years ago. She does the same work there, and she treats her customers very well. She has been doing this work for three years, and her husband helps her.

What she likes about her work is that it has to do with selling. She has always considered herself to be a good merchant. Also, thanks to the number of customers she has gotten during these years, she gets a lot of sales. Therefore, she has very good income.

She hopes to enlarge the area where she takes care of her customers, and she wants to offer them more products. This is her ninth loan with MFP. She is very grateful to the people who give her this loan that she needs in order to realize her plans. She pledges to make her payments punctually. She hopes to continue working with her communal bank because of their camaraderie and the solidarity shown between each one of the members.

She will use the requested 1,000 soles to buy more merchandise like two sacks of rice, liters of cooking oil, and sugar.
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Mireli, de 44 años, es una mujer muy dinámica y trabajadora, convive con Homero con quien tiene 6 hijos sin embargo vive solo con una de ellas quien tiene 13 años de edad, los tres viven en su casa propia y a diario se esfuerzan al máximo para poder mejorar su calidad de vida y progresar. El trabajo de Mireli comienza muy temprano con la apertura de su bodega. Tiene un establecimiento que ha construido en su casa y ahí ofrece todo tipo de productos comestibles como arroz, panes, sal, azúcar, verduras, té, leche, huevos y otros. Vive en una zona muy concurrida lo cual le permite tener buenas ventas durante el día. También tiene otro puesto de ventas en uno de los principales mercados de la ciudad que lo compró a la asociación de vendedores tras muchos años de ahorro constante, ahí realiza el mismo trabajo tratando muy bien a sus clientes. Se dedica a esta labor desde hace 3 años y trabaja con la ayuda de su cónyuge.
Lo que le gusta de su trabajo es que esta ligado a las ventas y ella siempre se consideró una buena comerciante, además gracias a la cantidad de clientes que ha conseguido en estos años obtiene muchas ventas y por lo tanto tiene muy buenas ganancias, espera poder agrandar su espacio de atención y ofrecer a la venta mas productos. Este es el crédito numero 9 con MFP, por ello se siente agradecida con las personas que le brindan el financiamiento que necesita para que pueda concretar sus planes, por otro lado se compromete a cumplir con el pago de sus cuotas de manera puntual y espera continuar trabajando con su banco comunal por el compañerismo y la solidaridad que muestran entre ellos cada uno de sus integrantes.
Con el monto solicitado 1000 soles, comprará mas mercadería como verduras, 2 sacos de arroz, aceite en litros y azúcar.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 75
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $55,956,875
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $400 helped Mireli to buy two sacks of rice, liters of cooking oil, and sugar.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Oct 22, 2012
Listed
Nov 21, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
May 17, 2013