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Rosa
Rosa is 35 years old. She is an entrepreneurial woman and loves to work. She is married but, so far, has no children. She lives in her own home that she built with her husband, whose name is Yuri. Together, they have put their best effort toward succeeding.

Rosa's business is selling groceries and basic household goods. Every day, starting in the early hours of the morning, she opens the doors of her store to serve her customers, who come to her establishment to look for some item with the assurance that they will find what they need there. Rosa's grocery store is the only one in her neighborhood, and this is why business is good. Business is also good because of the cordiality and friendliness that Rosa expresses through each one of her words. Her words are perfect, and for that, her customers are always grateful.

Rosa started this business just six months ago, and she assures us this was the best career decision she could have made. The thing she likes best about her work is talking with her customers and seeing them start their day with a smile. She thinks the hardest thing has been getting used to waking up early to work in her store. All the same, she knows that this is her job and that she has to do it. She hopes that in the future her business will grow and bring her better income.

This is her first loan with Kiva partner MFP, and for this, Rosa is grateful to all of the people who have made it possible for her to receive this loan to continue doing her work with better results. She promises to make her payments on time. She is grateful to be part of her communal bank because she has observed that all of the members are responsible and very loyal.

With the money requested (S/. 800), Rosa will purchase a certain number of items to stock her grocery store with eggs, milk, vegetables, and fruits.
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Rosa tiene 35 años, es una mujer emprendedora y amante del trabajo, es conviviente y por el momento no tiene hijos, vive en su casa propia que construyó junto a su cónyuge llamado Yuri y ambos ponen su mayor esfuerzo para seguir adelante. El negocio de Rosa consiste en la venta de abarrotes y productos de primera necesidad, todos los días desde muy temprano abre las puertas de su tienda para atender a sus clientes que llegan hasta su establecimiento en busca de algún producto con la seguridad que ahí encontrarán lo que necesitan. Su bodega es la única de su barrio por lo que siempre tienen buenas ventas, además de eso el trato tan cordial y la amabilidad que expresa en cada una de sus palabras son la cualidades perfectas para que sus clientes estén siempre agradecidos. Lleva en este negocio recién 6 meses y asegura que fue la mejor elección laboral que pudo tomar. Lo que más le gusta de su trabajo es conversar con sus clientes y verlos empezar el día con una sonrisa, considera que lo más difícil fue acostumbrarse a levantarse temprano para atender su bodega, sin embargo, sabe que es su trabajo y que tiene que hacerlo, espera que más adelante su negocio crezca y le brinde mejores ingresos económicos. Este es el crédito número 1 con MFP, es por eso que agradece a todas las personas que hacen posible su financiamiento para continuar realizando su trabajo con mejores resultados. Se compromete a cumplir con el pago puntual de sus cuotas. Le agrada ser parte de su banco comunal por que ha observado que todos los integrantes son personas responsables y muy solidarias.
Con el monto solicitado (S/. 800), comprará cierta cantidad de productos con los que implementará su tienda de abarrotes huevos, leche, ciertas verduras y frutas.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 103
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $55,006,475
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $325 helped Rosa purchase eggs, milk, and certain vegetables and fruits.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Nov 27, 2012
Listed
Dec 26, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jun 20, 2013