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Rosa
49 year old Rosa is a good woman. She is kind and hardworking. She has been single for many years, but she has 4 children who she raised alone and with much strength. She lives in her own house with her youngest daughter of 15 years, since the others are independents. However, they always offer the necessary support to afford the household expenses. The primary occupation of our friend Rosa consists in the sale of groceries such as rice, sugar, milk, eggs, oils, and some regional products such as plantains and vegetables. She has a small shop which she has established in her house, and from there is open every day from early on. All that she offers to the public she renews daily, purchasing wholesale in the city marketplace. She selects the freshest and healthiest vegetables. She works alone the majority of the time, but occasionally her daughter helps her when she has to do some errands outside of home. She has done this work for about a year and she likes the convenience and ease with which she is able to generate income in her own home.

She really likes what she does because the dividends that she obtains from the sale of her products, she is able to afford the academic expenses of her daughter and can also cover the basic necessities of her household. Later, she hopes to expand her small shop so that she is able to offer more items and her earnings will grow. This is her 4th loan with MFP. She is very grateful for the loan opportunity that they offer to her, and for the financial backing that she needs to get ahead. She promises to pay her monthly payments punctually, and to continue working with great responsibility together with the members of her communal bank.

With the requested loan of 2000 soles, she will purchase more staple products, such as rice, sugar, eggs, milk, noodles, vegetables, and others.
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Rosa, de 49 años, es una mujer buena, amable y muy trabajadora, es soltera desde hace muchos años pero tiene 4 hijos a quienes crió sola y con mucho esfuerzo, vive en su casa propia junto a su ultima hija de 15 años ya que los demás son independientes, sin embargo le brindan siempre el apoyo necesario para solventar los gastos de su hogar. La ocupación principal de nuestra amiga Rosa consiste en la venta de abarrotes como arroz, azúcar, leche, huevos, aceites y algunos productos regionales como plátanos y verduras. Tiene una pequeña bodega que ha establecido en su casa y desde ahí atiende todos los días desde muy temprano. Todo lo que ofrece al público lo renueva a diario comprando en el mercado de la ciudad al por mayor, selecciona las verduras mas frescas y saludables. Trabaja sola la mayor parte del tiempo, pero ocasionalmente su hija la ayuda cuando ella tiene que realizar algunas diligencias fuera de casa. Lleva en esta actividad cerca de 1 año y le agrada la comodidad y la tranquilidad con la que puede generar sus ingresos en su propia casa.

Le gusta mucho lo que hace porque con los dividendos que obtiene de las ventas de sus productos puede solventar los gastos académicos de su hija y además puede cubrir las necesidades básicas de su hogar, mas adelante espera extender su bodega para que pueda ofrecer más artículos y sus ganancias se incrementen. Este es el préstamo número 4 con MFP, está muy agradecida por la oportunidad crediticia que le brindan y por el respaldo financiero que necesita para seguir adelante. Se compromete a pagar sus cuotas mensuales de manera puntual y continuar trabajando con mucha responsabilidad junto a los miembros de su banco comunal.
Con el monto solicitado 2000 soles, comprará mas productos de primera necesidad como arroz, azúcar, huevos, leche, fideos, verduras y otros.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 120
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $56,100,525
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $775 helped Rosa to purchase rice, sugar, eggs, milk, noodles, vegetables, and others.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Oct 23, 2012
Listed
Nov 22, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
May 17, 2013