Total loan: $750
TARMA, Junin, Peru / Agriculture
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A loan helped to buy products to prepare the delicious dishes that she will offer.
Martina, 31, lives with Ivan, 29, and they have 4 children. They live in their own home, located in the Pichari district. Martina has a restaurant that has been in business for about 5 years. She does not run the business by herself; she has the help of a cook and a kitchen assistant, and the support of her partner. She likes it because it is not heavy work; it requires only her dedication and constant attention to ensure that the meals are to the liking of her customers. What she doesn't like about her work is having to sacrifice on the festival days, because the restaurant always has to be open for service to her customers so they do not go elsewhere. Martina finds the business profitable. Thanks to her small restaurant she has made some repairs to her house, and she and her family also eat there. The problems that Martina has to deal with include the water, which is only available during certain hours and delays the preparation of her food, and the high cost of vegetables and other products. Martina needs this loan to buy products for her restaurant at wholesale. In addition, she will use the loan to make some changes to her restaurant to make it more attractive. In the future, Martina plans to make her restaurant one of the best in the area, and to open a restaurant in another location. This is her 2nd loan with MFP, and so she is committed once again to make her payments on time. With the 2,000 Peruvian soles, she will buy products to make the delicious dishes that she offers. This is her second loan with MFP, and she affirms her pledge to make her payments on time. Martina is a responsible person in her communal bank. With the 2,000 Peruvian soles requested, she will buy products to prepare the delicious dishes that she will offer in her restaurant.