A loan of $400 helped to buy merchandise for her used shoes business.


Jacqueline's story

Jacqueline, 29, is a friendly, dynamic woman. She is single and has no children. She lives with her mother who she hopes to give a better quality of life.
She operates a business buying and selling used footwear: shoes, sneakers, sandals, etc. She buys her merchandise in the capital, looking for products that best suit the likes and needs of her customers. She has a rented shop where she sells her merchandise. She always meets her customers with a smile on her face, the reason perhaps that she has so many customers. She started the business 3 years ago and wants to continue it because, she says, it's profitable. She likes owning her own business because it provides her with an income and because it's her best means of being productive. She adds that she would like to become a prosperous businesswoman.

This is her second MFP loan and she says that is happy to know that she can rely on this kind of financing to meet her goals. For her part, she is committed to repaying the loan in the agreed-upon time and becoming an active member of her community bank.
Jacqueline will use this 1000-soles loan to buy the merchandise--shoes, sneakers, sandals--that she needs to operate her business.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jere Wiseman


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