Update on Maria JuanaMaría, age 65, is married and does not have any dependent children. She lives in the Mórrope district, a place known for being comprised of a central town where all of its commerce can be found. There are several outlying rural communities where very humble and hard-working people live. The area belongs to the Lambayeque province, and it is located over one and half hours from the city of Chiclayo.
María sells groceries in a store at her house, and she sells a variety of products there. María sells soft drinks, candy, rice, sugar, bread, and others. She has a loyal clientele.
She also raises poultry, which she sells when they have reached a good level of development. Her husband is a farmer, and he grows corn on their own land.
María wants to make her business grow. That is why she believes it is advisable to get a loan for 1,700 soles. She will use the loan to buy more feed for her livestock and to provide maintenance to the farmland that they have. This way she will achieve her objective.
La actividad que realiza María es la venta de abarrotes, en una bodega que funciona en su domicilio y en la cual vende variedad de productos. María vende gaseosas, golosinas, arroz, azúcar, pan y otros. Cuenta con clientela fidelizada. Paralelamente cría y vende aves de corral, los cuales los vende cuando han alcanzado un buen nivel de desarrollo. El cónyuge de María se dedica a la agricultura, tiene sembrado maíz en terreno propio.
María desea hacer crecer su negocio, es por ello que ha creído conveniente obtener un préstamo de 1700 nuevos soles para comprar más alimento para su ganado y darle mantenimiento al terreno agrícola que poseen, de esta manera lograr su objetivo.
Previous Loan DetailsMaría is 63 years old, a mother, lives with her husband, and has no children under her care since they are all independent. Her home is her own and she has the basic services of water and electricity, in the front of the house she has a store. Her home is located in a rural area in the district M... More from Maria Juana's previous loan »
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