A loan of $725 helped to buy merchandise.

Myriam Rosemery's story

Myriam is 21 years old and lives in her parents’ house in the rural zone of the Pacasmayo – La Libertad province.

Since she was young, Myriam has been looking for a way to help her parents; working and occasionally selling any type of products. Never the less, three years ago, Myriam discovered that selling clothing was profitable, so she began selling clothing on foot (without a fixed location) in the Pacasmayo marketplace. Myriam is well known and has fixed customers to whom she sells on credit.

Myriam is asking for a loan of 2,000 PEN through Edpyme Alternativa to buy merchandise (clothing and shoes) because she has many requests that she can’t fill herself.

Myriam is a young woman who is very effective in her business. She knows every detail about it despite her short time doing it, and expects to gain customers so that she can set up a fixed location in the future.

She has had four previous loans and has repaid them on time.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Hugo Reyes

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