Update on Elsi NoemiElsi is 34 years old, married and has 2 children; a 15-year-old and a 12-year-old. She has been making and also selling sweet bread and French bread for more than 7 years; she learnt this craft from her husband who is a baker. She had a finance loan of $1,500.00 from KIVA to build up the bakery. But she has now repaid this on time and she is currently applying for another one to use for the same thing.
She sells the products she makes from her home and her husband goes out to sell them from a bicycle in the neighborhood where they live in and in the surrounding area, if not in the city.
Elsi buys the supplies to make the bread from distributors who bring it to her home since they lack the necessary resources to transport them. When they run out she calls to place her order by credit and pays for it at the end of the week.
The loan that she is applying for from Fundación Campo is to buy 50 cartons of eggs, 25 quintals of flour for bread, 25 quintals of sugar, 30 pounds of butter, 20 pounds of salt, and a cartload of wood e.t.c. By buying these supplies to make different types of bread, the bakery will make more sales and as a result her income will increase. In this way she can satisfy the neighborhood demand.
In the future she wants to buy an industrial oven which runs on electricity so she can bake more bread since in winter she can only bake once a day because of the rain. If she buys an industrial oven she'll be able to bake twice a day as it will be inside the house. She also wants to build a room as she has two adolescent boys who need their own space.
Ella estaba manejando un crédito por la cantidad de $1,500.00 para fortalecimiento de la panadería con financiamiento KIVA. Pero este ya fue cancelado en una forma muy puntual hoy en día está solicitando otro por el mismo monto para la misma actividad.
Los artículos que comercializa los vende en su casa de habitación y su esposo sale a venderlos en una bicicleta que tiene en la misma colonia donde ellos viven y lugares aledaños a la zona y por qué no decir en la ciudad.
La señora compra los artículos para la elaboración del pan ha distribuidores que se los llevan a su casa de habitación; ya que ellos no cuentan con los recursos necesarios para el traslado de estos insumos cuando se les terminas solo les llama para que se los lleven también estos distribuidores les dejan los insumos al crédito y se los cancelas al final de la semana.
El préstamo que esta solicitando a Fundación Campo, es para comprar
50 cartones de huevos, 25 quintales de harina de pan, 25 quintales de azúcar, 30 libras de manteca, 20 libras de sal, una carretada de leña. Etc.
Al comprar estos artículos para la elaboración de pan de diferentes clases se puede mencionar que la panadería tendrá una mayor venta de pan y por ende los ingresos aumentaran de esta manera podrá suplir la demanda existente en la zona
Ella desea en un futuro comprar un horno industrial que funcione con energía eléctrica para poder hornear más pan; ya que en invierno solo puede hornear una vez por día, debido a la lluvia si compra el horno industrial podrá hornear dos veces por día ya que este estará dentro de la casa de habitación.
También desea construir una habitación; ya que tiene dos hijos adolescentes que necesitan su propio espacio.
Previous Loan DetailsElsi is 34 years old. She is married, with two children. One is 15 years old and the other is 12 years old. For the last six years she has been making and selling fresh bread including French bread. She learned this activity from her husband who is a baker. The bread that she makes she sells at… More from Elsi Noemi's previous loan »
About CrediCampoThis loan is administered by CrediCampo, a Kiva Field Partner in El Salvador. CrediCampo seeks to improve the lives of rural communities and their families in areas including health, education, basic services, and infrastructure. Through its Community Development Unit, CrediCampo provides scholarships, leadership development training, and financial education programs for families in rural areas. CrediCampo’s work is crucial in addressing the issue of poverty in El Salvador. Based on 2009 estimates, 37.8% of the population lives below the poverty line. To learn more about CrediCampo and their work, visit their partner page.
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