Total loan: $1,325
PUCALLPA, Ucayali, Peru / Agriculture
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A loan helped to buy chicks, feed and vitamins.
Diana, 30, is a very enterprising woman. She and her spouse have two children who are 5 years and 1-year-old. She lives in her spouse’s parents’ house where day to day they share the joy of educating and watching their children, for whom they strive to the maximum to provide with the best, grow. She works raising barnyard fowl. She set up a space where she built a small coop where she keeps her chicks. She’s already completed her first batch from which she got 50 to sell; she did well. She’s still in the learning phase of this business and hopes to continue to do well because her expectations are high. She likes doing this very much because it allows her to do many other things and she has sufficient time to watch over her small children. A few months ago before starting this activity she had some economic problems at home but thanks to the first production things have improved. Now she’s even more eager and hopes to quickly establish herself and continue to grow. This is her MFP loan #5. She’s very happy to know that she’ll have financial backing because it will guarantee being able to continue working in peace. On her part, she’s committed to continue to be a punctual member with her payments like she was with previous loans. In addition, she’s very happy to be part of her communal bank because all the members are responsible and mutually supportive. She will use the requested 3500 soles to buy baby chicks, vitamins and nutritionally balanced feed as well as some materials she needs to set up her coop well.