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Ruseli
Ruseli, 41, is a friendly and very responsible woman. She is married to Alfredo and has three children, ages 21, 17 and 8. She has her own house that she was able to buy with her husband, and they share the same wish to move forward and forge a better quality of life for themselves.

Ruseli's work consists of the sales of groceries. She buys the products in great quantities and from there she sells them at retail prices. She has a small store installed in a space in her house, which she was able to build thanks to the support of her husband. Among the products she offers are rice, sugar, eggs, oil, canned goods, soda drinks, condiments, and more. Her business hours begin very early and end at night. She has been doing this work for five years, and thanks to that she has been able to educate her children and furnish her house with some appliances. She complements this work by offering hairdressing services on certain occasions since she still does not have all her work tools.

What she likes about her work is that she has time to do multiple activities inside her house. It is going very well for her since she always has clients to attend to. Her earnings are considerable and that allows her to purchase her products continuously.

She hopes to make some changes to the infrastructure of her work premises. This is her second loan with MFP. She is thankful to those who offer her the loan that she requires to increase her working capital. She is committed to making her payments punctually, and is happy to belong to her community bank since its members are very united and responsible.

With the 1500 soles requested, she will buy a larger quantity of groceries like rice, bread, sugar, eggs, and vegetables among other things, as well as improving the infrastructure of her store by purchasing wood and nails.
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Ruseli, de 41 años, es una mujer amable y muy responsable, esta casada con Alfredo y tiene 3 hijos de 21, 17 y 8 años de edad respectivamente, tiene su casa propia que pudo comprar junto a su esposo y ahí comparten el mismo deseo por salir adelante y forjarse un mejor nivel de vida.
El trabajo de Ruseli 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 5 años, gracias a esta actividad pudo educar a sus hijos e implementar su casa con algunos artefactos. Complementa esta labor brindando servicio de peluquería en ciertas ocasiones ya que aún no tiene todos sus implementos de trabajo.
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, espera realizar algunos cambios en la infraestructura de su local de atención. Este es el préstamo número 2 con MFP, agradece a aquellas personas que le brindan el crédito que requiere para aumentar su capital de trabajo, se compromete a pagar puntualmente sus cuotas, está contenta de pertenecer a su banco comunal ya que son muy solidarios y responsables.
Con el monto solicitado 1500 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

  • $12,000
    Average annual income
  • 100
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $57,945,600
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $600 helped Ruseli to buy rice, bread, sugar, eggs, vegetables, and more, and to improve the infrastructure of her store by buying wood and nails.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Nov 14, 2012
Listed
Dec 3, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jun 20, 2013