A loan of $750 helped to buy more shoes.

Jeannette's story

Jeannette, 30, is a cheerful, kind, hard-working woman who lives with her common-law husband and their two children, aged 7 and 2. They live with her in-laws, and she and her husband share the responsibility of educating and feeding the children. She works hard to provide a better lifestyle for her family. Jeannette sells shoes for a living. She places orders in other cities and has the goods delivered. She visits her neighbors, friends and relatives to sell the quality, long-lasting shoes she sells in different styles and comfort levels. She enjoys her work because she can spend time with her children who are still young and need her care. Her sales volume is high because her customers are loyal due to her good service. She has a good income that allows her to contribute to the household economy. In the future she would like to expand her business and own a successful shop where she could attend to customers more comfortably.

This is her second loan through MFP and she is counting on your support to help her meet her goals. She is committed to paying back the loan on time and show, as with previous loans, that she is a good member in her communal bank, where all the members are responsible and caring. She plans to use the 2,000 PEN loan to buy merchandice to sell. This time she will order school shoes for this school season.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Sherry Bess

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