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Alejandrina
Alejandrina, 31, is hard working, determined, happy and charismatic. She’s in a common-law relationship with Marco Antonio who is a transport driver. Together, they have 2 children: 14-year-old Cristian and 8 year-old Cristel. They live in their own house which they were able to buy after much effort. Alejandrina is in the fast food business, selling sausage and French fries, roast chicken and other foods. She works Monday to Friday in the evenings, very kindly attending her clients whom she receives and fulfills their demand. She is located in front of her sister’s house with her sausage and French fries cart, a table and a few chairs.
She’s had this business for more than 4 years. She started it with her own capital and until now has been running her business alone, being kind and cordial to clients.
She considers her business to be profitable because of the earnings she’s made, as she sells everything she’s prepared every day thanks to her customer service.
She likes that her location is a high-traffic area. She enjoys cooking and learned her mother’s secrets for good seasonings. She enjoys her income as it allows her to pay her bills and household expenses. Although she is physically exhausted from waking up so early to prepare the day, she doesn’t let that deter her as she continues running her business.
That’s why she wants to expand her business. She’d like to add tables and chairs in order to attend clients in a more comfortable setting.
This is her 6th loan with the MFP communal bank. She is grateful for the loans she has received to continue running her business. She’d like to count on more loans and that’s why she promises to be punctual with her payments. She feels comfortable with the communal bank and considers the members to be persons who are united and committed to their obligations.
With the loan of 2000 Peruvian soles, she’ll invest in buying a sausage and French fry cart for 600 Peruvian soles and the rest will go to buying supplies and ingredients to prepare foods in large quantities and at low costs. With that, she hopes she can welcome more clients.
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Alejandrina, de 31 años de edad es una mujer trabajadora y emprendedora, alegre y carismática.
Es conviviente con Marco Antonio quien es transportista, fruto de esa unión tienen 2 hijos; Cristian de 14 años y Cristel de 8 años de edad respectivamente, habitando una casa que es de su propiedad la cual lograron comprar a base de mucho esfuerzo. El negocio que tiene Alejandrina es la venta de comidas rápidas, como salchipapas, pollo brosther y otros, que lo realiza de lunes a viernes por las noches, atendiendo muy amablemente a sus clientes logrando tener una buena acogida y demanda, instalándose en el frontis de la casa de su hermana con un carrito de salchipapa, una mesa y algunas sillas.
Realiza éste negocio hace más de 4 años, iniciándose con un capital propio y hasta el momento viene atendiendo ella sola, atendiendo de manera amable y cordial.
Considera rentable a su negocio por las buenas ganancias que le deja, pues logra vender todo los que prepara a diario gracias a la acogida que tiene con sus clientes.
Le gusta que el lugar donde vende es transitado, además le gusta cocinar aprendió de su madre los secretos para una buena sazón, así como el ingreso económico que le permite pagar sus cuentas y gastos de su hogar. No le gusta el cansancio físico ya que tienen que levantarse muy de temprano por las mañanas para realizar los preparativos del día, pero eso no la desanima y continúa en su negocio.
Por eso desea ampliar su negocio y mejorar las mesas y sillas donde pueda atender más cómodamente a sus clientes. Este es el préstamo número 6 con la institución MFP, se siente agradecida con el crédito recibido para continuar con su negocio, desea seguir contando con más créditos, por eso se compromete a ser puntual en el pago de sus cuotas. Además de sentirse a gusto con su banco comunal, pues considera a sus miembros ser personas comprometidas con sus obligaciones y solidarias.
Con el monto solicitado de 2000 nuevos soles, los invertirá en la compra de un carrito salchipapero la cual está valorizada en 600 nuevos soles y con el saldo comprará víveres e ingredientes para la preparación de sus comidas en mayores cantidades y a bajos costos, de esa manera espera tener mayor acogida de sus clientes.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 68
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  • $53,956,025
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $800 helped Alejandrina buy supplies and ingredients to prepare foods in large quantities.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Dec 5, 2012
Listed
Dec 18, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jul 18, 2013