A loan of $575 helped to buy sheep to raise and later sell.

Ida Flor's story

Ida, 27, is single and has no children. Currently she is living in her parents' house. The house she lives in is located in a rural area called “Caserío Muy Finca Los Sernaque - Punto 4," in the district of Mochumí, located some 45 minutes from the city of Chiclayo. It is a very small village of approximately 150 families who work squarely in farming and ranching activities.

Ida works daily raising and later selling small animals. Currently she has a large number of animals she has raised and fattened with great effort, for which she has set up in her own house strategic spaces for raising them. Her relationship with her parents and other family members is very good because it has allowed her to learn this business since she was very young. Her desire to improve her quality of life has made them undertake new family goals, and they work daily to achieve them.

Ida will use the loan to buy sheep to fatten and later sell in the local markets and those near her hamlet. She also needs to renovate a part of her house where she will give private classes, making the most of the teaching career her parents managed to give her when she was younger. This is why she is requesting a loan from Edpyme Alternative for a sum of 1500 PEN. The private classes she teaches add a daily income for the support of the home and in this way she helps her parents.

Ida has good personal and work references from the neighbors who live in her village.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall

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