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Alesasandro
Alessandro, age 29, is a hard-working and diligent man with a great desire to get ahead. He is single and has no children. He lives with his parents and his three siblings, whom he loves very much. He lives very comfortably in his parents’ house.

Alessandro’s business activity is selling food that is typical of the region. He sells at night, and he sells things like “juanes”, which is rice wrapped in a leaf, fried chicken, stir fried rice, and others. In order to do so, he sets up in front of his house every day. He puts out tables and chairs in order to very kindly tend to his customers, who are mostly neighbors and people who are passing by.

He has been doing this business activity for four years. He also sells grilled chicken and ceviche on the week-ends. He has managed to become well-known for doing so, and is sought out for his good seasoning. At times his mother and an assistant help him. He also has a part time job in the mornings working for a polling company. This way he has a number of incomes.

He thinks that his business is profitable. It allows him to have an income to support himself and to help with the household expenses. Also, in addition to having a good demand for his food, he has managed to see daily income and to save money. Therefore, he plans to expand his business and to continue selling food.

This is his fourth loan with MFP. He is counting on a small loan in order to be able to meet his objectives. In addition to feeling comfortable with his communal bank, he considers it to be a cohesive and responsible group.

He will use the requested 500 soles to buy ingredients to prepare his food. He will buy things like rice, sugar, cooking oil, and utensils like plates, cups, and the rest. He will be looking for lower prices by purchasing for cash.
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Alessandro, de 29 años de edad, es un hombre trabajador y empeñoso, con muchas ganas de salir adelante. Es soltero sin hijos. Vive en compañía de sus padres y sus 3 hermanos a quienes quiere mucho, habitando cómodamente la casa de sus padres.
La actividad que realiza Alessandro es la venta de comidas típicas de región por las noches como “juanes” que es arroz envuelto en hoja, pollos fritos, arroz chaufa y otros, para eso se instala todos los días en el frontis de su casa, donde pone sus mesitas y sillas para atender muy amablemente a sus clientes que en su mayoría son sus vecinos y transeúntes.
Lleva realizando ésta actividad desde hace 04 años, también hace la venta de “parrilladas de pollos” y “ceviches” los fines de semana, lográndose hacerse conocido y solicitado por su buena sazón, atendiendo con la ayuda de madre y un ayudante ocasionalmente.
Además cuenta con un empleo de medio tiempo por las mañanas en una empresa encuestadora, contando de esa manera con varios ingresos económicos.
Considera rentable su negocio pues le permite contar con un ingreso económico para apoyarse y apoyar con los gastos de su hogar, además de contar con una buena demanda de sus comidas ha logrado ver sus ganancias a diario, logrando ahorrarse un capital. Por tanto, tiene planeado ampliar su negocio y seguir con la venta de comida.
Este es el préstamo número 04 con la institución MFP. Por tanto cuenta de un pequeño préstamo para que pueda cumplir con sus objetivos. Además de estar a gusto con su banco comunal pues lo considera un grupo unido y responsable.
Con el monto solicitado de 500 nuevos soles los invertirá en la compra de los ingredientes para la preparación de sus comidas como arroz, azuzar aceites y utensilios como platos, vasos y demás, buscando menores precios por sus compras al contado.

About Peru

  • $12,000
    Average annual income
  • 98
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $57,944,700
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $200 helped Alesasandro to buy things like rice, sugar, cooking oil, and utensils like plates, cups, and the rest.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Jan 16, 2013
Listed
Feb 1, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Aug 19, 2013