Update on PedroPedro is 50 years old, lives with his partner, and does not have any children. He has lived in his own home for 5 years, in the hamlet of Froilán Alma in the district of Las Lomas in Tambogrande. Pedro lives in the rural part of this district and only has basic services.
Pedro’s business is selling basic needs products like groceries, beverages, and cookies. He has this small store set up in his own home, where he tends to his loyal customers. He has engaged in this activity for five years.
He also raises goats and chickens in pens outside of his house, which he sells at the local market.
Pedro would like to purchase a motorcycle for personal transport since the neighborhood in which he lives is far from the town, and this makes it hard to develop his activities. These circumstances are why he is requesting a new loan for the amount of 2,500 soles.
La actividad que desarrolla Pedro es la venta de artículos de primera necesidad (abarrotes, bebidas, golosinas) en su propio domicilio, lo cual atiende diariamente a clientes conocidos de la zona, esta actividad la desarrolla desde hace mas de 5 años. Paralelamente se dedica a la crianza de animales menores como cabras y gallinas, las cuales comercializa en el mercado local.
Pedro desea comprar una moto lineal para su traslado personal ya que caserío donde vive queda alejado del pueblo, y esto dificulta el desarrollo de sus actividades, es por ello que para lograr su objetivo ha creído conveniente obtener un préstamo de 2500 nuevos soles.
Previous Loan DetailsPedro is 49 years old and single. He lives together with his mother in their own home which has piped water and electricity. Their home is located in Las Lomas district, approximately one hour from Piura department. The people in this area work in farming, livestock raising and commerce. So... More from Pedro's previous loan »
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