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Lleny
Lleny, age 48, is a hard-working woman with a great desire to succeed. She is also kind and friendly. She is married to Eduardo, who is employed, and the father of their three children. She lives with her husband and two grandchildren. They are raising them because the grandchildren's father died, and their grandchildren are their motivation. They live comfortably in their own house, which she bought with help from her life partner.

Lleny sells general groceries at her own house. In order to do this she opened a small grocery store in her house. She sells basic needs products like sugar, rice, cooking oil, soft drinks, candy, and others. She is very busy because of her variety. Also, she tends to her customers in a kind way, and they leave satisfied.

She started her business over 14 years ago, and her husband, who helps her, provided her with his own capital. She managed to buy the first products in small quantities. Later, she was growing a little and increasing her purchases and sales. She feels the business is profitable because of the good income it produces, and she gets more customers each day.

She likes her business because it allows her to be at home and to take care of her minor grandchildren, whom she loves very much. Also, the income helps her husband with the household expenses. She has plans to continue because this is her main source of income.

Therefore, this will be her second loan with the MFP institution. She wishes to collaborate in order to continue with her objectives. She also says that she is comfortable with her communal bank. She knows all of the members, and she has a friendly relationship with all of them.

She will use the requested 1,000 soles to buy groceries like rice, sugar, cooking oil, and others at wholesale prices. She will do this to stock her store and increase her stock of merchandise that is available to sell. She sees her business growing in order to have greater income.
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Lleny, de 48 años de edad, es una mujer trabajadora y con muchos deseos de superación. También es amable y cordial. Está casada con Eduardo quien es empleado y padre de sus 03 hijos. Vive en compañía de su esposo y 02 nietos que ellos crían ya que su padre falleció y quienes son su motivación, habitando cómodamente su propia casa que compró con la ayuda de su pareja.
La actividad que realiza Lleny es la venta de abarrotes en general en su propia casa. Para eso abrió una pequeña bodega en su casa donde tiene a la venta productos de primera necesidad como azúcar, arroz, aceites, bebidas gasificadas, golosinas y otros. Siendo muy concurrido por su diversidad, además atiende de manera amable a sus clientes quienes salen satisfechos.
Iniciándose hace más de 14 años y hasta el momento cuenta con la ayuda de su pareja, quien le facilito un capital propio, logró comprar los primero productos en pocas cantidades, después fue creciendo de a poco, aumentando sus compras y ventas.
Considera rentable su negocio por las buenas ganancias que deja y los clientes que se incrementan cada día.
Le gusta su negocio ya que le permite estar en casa y cuidar de sus nietos menores a los que quiere mucho, además de los ingresos económicos para apoyar a su pareja con los gastos del hogar. Por otro lado, tiene planes de continuar ya que es su principal fuente de ingresos económicos. Por tanto éste será su préstamo número 02 con la institución MFP, por tanto desea su colaboración para continuar con sus objetivos. Además comenta estar a gusto con su banco comunal pues conoce a todos sus miembros y tiene un relación de amistad con todos ellos.
Con el monto solicitado de 1000 nuevos soles, los invertirá en su totalidad en la compra de abarrotes como arroz, azúcar, aceite y otros a precio por mayor para surtir su bodega aumentando el stock de mercaderías disponibles para la venta, viendo crecer su negocio para contar con mayores ganancias.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 113
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $56,753,850
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.5
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $400 helped Lleny to buy groceries like rice, sugar, cooking oil, and others at wholesale prices.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Dec 20, 2012
Listed
Jan 4, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jul 18, 2013