Update on Fabiola TomasaFabiola is 32 years old, married, and has two children. She lives in her own home, together with her family, in a small rural village whose inhabitants mainly work raising livestock. The village is called 'Yencala Boggiano' and it is located in Lambayeque district, to the north of the city of Chiclayo.
Fabiola's business is raising and selling livestock including sheep, goats and farmyard birds. She has some space equipped for this purpose behind her home. She has been in this business for approximately four years and has the support of her family who help her to raise her animals.
Fabiola is requesting a loan for 2,000 soles from Edpyme Alternativa to buy nutritionally-balanced feed so that she can fatten her animals more quickly and get a better price for them. This will make her more profits which she will use to improve her quality of life.
Fabiola se dedica a la crianza y comercialización de ganado entre ovinos, caprinos y aves de corral para lo que acondicionado espacios estratégicos en la parte posterior de su casa, ah mencionada actividad se viene dedicando ya un aproximado de 4 años, cuenta con el apoyo de su familia los cuales están comprometidos con el negocio debido que también ayudan a la crianza de sus animales.
Fabiola esta solicitando un crédito en Edpyme Alternativa por un monto de 2000 Nuevos Soles los cuales serán destinados para la compra de alimentos balanceados con los cuales servirán para le mejor engorde y mas rápido crecimiento de sus animales los cuales los ofrecerá a un mejor precio obteniendo mayores utilidades con las cuales mejorará su calidad de vida.
Previous Loan DetailsFabiola is a 31-year-old mother who lives in her own house with her husband and children in the Yencala Boggiano hamlet, a farming area that is located in the Lambayeque province. Fabiola raises and sells sheep, goats, and poultry in a corral near her residence. She feeds them natural grains a... More from Fabiola Tomasa's previous loan »
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