Update on WildorWildor, who is 34, has a stable home with his wife and 5 young children. He lives in his own home in the village of Cabra Chica, which is a rural area in the Pucará district. In this area of Jaén province, in the Cajamarca region on Peru's north coast, the people work in agriculture, trade and cattle rearing.
Wildor works in agriculture, growing pineapples in particular, in the village of Cabra Chica and has 10 years' experience behind him. He has applied to Edpyme Alternativa for a loan of 1,500 nuevos soles to buy plant-sanitation products and fertiliser and to pay workers to do the harvest. As a result, his crop will benefit physiologically, morphologically and productively and this will lead to a higher yield, a better quality product and he will therefore have no problem in selling his produce.
El se dedica a la agricultura, específicamente al cultivo de piña, ubicado en el caserío de Cabra chica, con una experiencia en el rubro de 10 años, ha solicitado un préstamo a Edpyme Alternativa de 1 500 nuevos soles para la compra de productos fito sanitarios, fertilizantes, y mano de obra para su cosecha. De esta manera lo ayudara a la mejora tanto fisiológica, morfológica y productiva de su cultivo, y por ende tendrá mayor producción, una mejor calidad de producto, por lo cual no tendrá problemas en vender su producto.
Previous Loan DetailsWildor, 34, lives with his son in the district of Pomahuaca, a place where the local people are involved in agriculture, commerce and livestock farming. It is located two hours and twenty minutes from the city of Jaén which belongs to the Cajamara Region in the northern mountain range of Peru. ... More from Wildor's previous loan »
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