Teodora lives in the city of Challapata with her husband. She is a person of humble means in search of a better standard of life and prosperity. She works in the production and sale of yogurt. She sells it in the city of Challapata. Currently she relies on three dairy cows. With one production on average there are 10 liters per day.
This is a familiar business that is carried out all year round. Currently she is searching improve her standard of living, undertaking small activities in the area of Challapata.
The loan that she is requesting is to rent a tractor and purchase soil, for the production of quina. In addition her husband is a taxi driver all of the days during the week. The income that they earn is not large, they only have enough for the costs of their home. This form of her business will grow gradually.
EL SRA. TEODORA VIVE EN LA CIUDAD DE CHALLAPATA CON SU MARIDO ES UNA PERSONA DE CONDICIÓN HUMILDE, EN BUSCA DE UN MEJOR NIVEL DE VIDA Y PROSPERIDAD, TRABAJA EN LA PRODUCCIÓN DE YOGUR Y SU RESPECTIVA COMERCIALIZACIÓN LA VENDE EN LA CIUDAD DE CHALLAPATA EN LA ACTUALIDAD CUENTA CON 3 VACAS LECHERAS, CON UNA PRODUCCIÓN PROMEDIO DE 10 LITROS POR DÍA. ES UN NEGOCIO FAMILIAR, Y QUE SE LLEVA A CABO DURANTE TODO EL AÑO, ACTUALMENTE BUSCA MEJORAR SU CALIDAD Y NIVEL DE VIDA, EMPRENDIENDO PEQUEÑAS ACTIVIDADES EN LA LOCALIDAD DE CHALLAPATA, EL CRÉDITO QUE SOLICITA ES PARA EL ALQUILER DE TRACTOR Y ABONAMIENTO DE SUELOS, PARA LA PRODUCCIÓN DE QUINUA, ADEMÁS EL CONYUGUE REALIZA EL SERVICIO DE TAXI, TODOS LOS DÍAS DURANTE LA SEMANA, SI BIEN LOS INGRESOS QUE PERCIBEN NO SON GRANDES, SOLAMENTE LES ALCANZA PARA PAGAR SUS COSTOS DE VIDA. DE ESTA FORMA SU EMPRENDIMIENTO IRA CRECIENDO GRADUALMENTE.
CIDRE is a Bolivian microfinance institution with a strong social commitment to the community. It works to provide quality financial services to rural and peri-urban borrowers, focusing primarily on agricultural loans for dairy farmers and micro-enterprises. CIDRE targets segments of the population that have not traditionally had access to credit, and invests in much-needed community development projects. It is currently working with coca farmers in the Chapare region to replace coca with less controversial crops. Get more involved by joining the Friends of CIDRE lending team.