Check out some available loans that are similar to this one!
Walter
Walter Sosa is from Santa Rosa District in Ayacucho region. He is a very selfless father and husband. His little nine-year-old Soeeli is his main source of motivation, along with Elizabeth, with whom he has created a beautiful home. They are temporarily living in a house built of adobe, which they rent.

For many years he witnessed the economic progress his parents made through the sale of articles of clothing and footwear. This is why, motivated by the experience he gained since childhood, he and Elizabeth decided five years ago to start their own business, in the same retail sector as his parents.

He feels very happy for how it is gone lately, since thanks to Elizabeth's steadfast support, they start their work very early. In addition, he must travel to the capital from time to time to buy merchandise at wholesale, such as men's shoes and jeans of all kinds. Currently there is demand for these products and they are well received in his store, especially at important sales seasons.

In order to take proper advantage of the year-end season, he wishes to have additional merchandise consisting of seasonal clothing and children's clothing. As any good businessperson does, he wants to succeed in obtaining good profits.

His long-term objectives are to have his business expand considerably, and succeed in converting it into a large clothing store with a variety of articles for all ages. But this dream will only be possible over a period of years, and with a great amount of work and effort.

This is his first loan with MFP, and he feels very grateful for the trust granted him, which he intends to repay by being conscientious in making his loan payments on time.

With respect to his communal bank, he feels very happy to be a member of this group, since all the members are people he has known since he was very young.

With the 500 nuevos soles, he will add to his working capital, which is earmarked for the purchase of articles of clothing for the year-end season.
View original language description ↓
Walter Sosa Natural del distrito de Santa Rosa, Región Ayacucho es un padre y esposo muy abnegado, su pequeña Soeeli de 9 años es su principal fuente de motivación junto a Elizabeth con quien forma un lindo hogar. Temporalmente reside en una vivienda construida a base de adobe en calidad de alquiler. Durante muchos años fue testigo del crecimiento económico de sus padres a través de la venta de prendas de vestir y calzados, es por ello que motivado por la experiencia que ganó desde niño decidió desde hace 5 años liderar junto a Elizabeth su propio negocio siguiente el rubro de sus padres.
Se siente muy a gusto por como le ha ido últimamente puesto que gracias al firme apoyo de Elizabet inician desde muy temprano su labor, adicionalmente debe viajar de vez en cuando a la capital para la compra de mercadería al por mayor consistente en zapatillas para hombre y jeans de todo tipo, puesto que actualmente la demanda de los mismos presenta una buena acogida en su negocio preferentemente en temporadas claves.
Con motivo de sacarle un provecho adecuado a la temporada de fin de año desea contar con mercadería adicional consistente en ropa de temporada y prendas exclusivas para niños y lograr obtener buenas ganancias como todo buen comerciante.
Tiene sus objetivos a largo plazo en hacer que su negocio sufra una expansión considerable logrando convertirlo en una gran galería de prendas de vestir con una diversidad de prendas para todas las edades, pero este sueño solo será posible con el paso de los años y la suma de esfuerzo y trabajo. Este es su primer préstamo con MFP, se siente muy agradecido con la confianza brindada la cual piensa retribuir con un buen comportamiento en el pago puntual de su préstamo. Con respecto a su banco comunal se siente muy a gusto ser integrante de este grupo puesto que los integrantes son personas que el conoce desde muy niño.
Con los 500 nuevos soles complementara su capital destinado a la compra de prendas de vestir para la temporada de fin de año.

About Peru

  • $12,000
    Average annual income
  • 127
    View loans »
    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $57,346,375
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD