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Norma
Norma, 38, is a friendly and very good woman. She is separated from her live-in partner of many years, with whom she had two children: Gleysi, age 18, and Cristina, age 3. As a courageous mother, she works daily to be able to offer her daughters, whom she lives with in her own house, a better quality of life.

Norma works selling food. She has a very busy restaurant in her house where she has worked for 13 years. She has the help of two people who she employs due to the fact that demand for her dishes rises more each day and she cannot supply the necessary customer service. Thanks to the help of these two people, she can be more calm since they support her workplace.

She is very happy with her business because it allows her to provide work to people who wish to generate an income for their families. It also allows her to be at her daughters' sides, who are at an age where they need the wise advice of their parents as well as their help to see the path toward being good people.

She has many customers, which allows her to improve her income every day. She hopes to be able to improve the infrastructure of her business premises, as well as being able to grow her business and sell a greater variety of dishes to her clients.

This will be her sixth loan with MFP. She is very happy because they offer her financial support and that allows her to raise her working capital. She knows she will have to be very responsible and above all, very punctual. She is happy to belong to her community bank since she sees that they are very unified. With the amount requested of 1500 nuevos soles, she will buy ingredients and supplies such as rice, beans, eggs, chicken, and more. She will also change out some of the old utensils she uses for her work.
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Norma, de 38 años, es una mujer amable y muy buena, esta separada del que fue su conviviente por muchos años y con quien tuvo dos hijos de 18 Gleysi y Cristina de 03 años, ella como una madre coraje trabaja a diario para poder brindar una mejor calidad de vida a sus hijas con quienes vive en su casa propia. El trabajo de Norma consiste e la venta de comida, tiene un restaurante muy concurrido en su casa en donde trabaja en esta actividad desde hace 13 años. Tiene la ayuda de dos personas a quienes contrata debido a que la demanda por sus platos de comida aumenta cada día más y no se abastece ella sola para la atención al público, gracias a la ayuda de estas dos personas puede estar mas tranquila ya que respaldan su trabajo.
Está muy contenta con su negocio, pues le permite dar trabajo a personas que desean generar ingresos para su familia, además que le permite estar a lado de sus hijas quienes están en edad de necesitar mucho los sabios consejos de los padres y que les hagan ver el camino a ser personas de bien. Tiene muchos clientes, esto le permite mejorar sus ingresos cada día, espera poder mejorar la infraestructura de su local, además de poder hacer crecer su negocio y vender mayor variedad de platos de comida a sus clientes. Este será el sexto préstamo con MFP, esta muy contenta por que le brindaran un respaldo financiero y así podrá aumentar su capital de trabajo, sabe que tendrá que ser muy responsable y sobre todo muy puntual, esta contenta de pertenecer su banco comunal ya que ve que son muy solidarios. Con el monto solicitado 1500 nuevos soles, comprará ingredientes e insumos tales como arroz, menestras, huevos, pollo, entre otros. Además cambiara algunos utensilios con los que realiza su trabajo.

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  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 111
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $54,998,525
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $600 helped Norma to buy ingredients and supplies such as rice, soups, beans, eggs, chicken, and more. She will also change out some of the old utensils she uses for her work.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Jan 21, 2013
Listed
Feb 4, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Aug 19, 2013