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Marlith
Marnith belongs to the “Huicungo” communal bank. She lives on Arica Street, in the Huicungo district, in the province of Mariscal Cáceres, in the department of San Martín. She lives with her common-law husband, she is 46 years old, and has 6 children, two of whom still depend on her and they help her in her business.

With the goal of increasing her income, she got the idea to open a small business selling juanes (a traditional dish made with rice, eggs, and chicken wrapped in a banana leaf) and kebabs. She fixed up the sidewalk in front of her house with tables and chairs so she could tend to her customers. From the beginning sales were good because of her good cooking and her friendly treatment of her customers. This is how with her first loan of 300.00 PEN she was able to turn her dream into reality and to this day she continues with the same business.

With this loan of 3,000.00 PEN she will buy sacks of rice and also chicken and eggs, which are necessary ingredients for making the delicious juanes (a typical food of the area). She will also buy biajo leaves (similar to banana leaves) for wrapping the juanes and firewood for cooking them. She will also purchase beef to sell by the kilo. The beef will also serve as an ingredient in the kebabs and help to satisfy the demanding orders of her customers.

Her participation in this group has allowed her to develop her security and independence. She has expressed to her us her gratitude to Manuela Ramos for allowing her to grow as a person and as a businesswoman.
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La señora Marnith, pertenece al Banco Comunal ”Huicungo”, vive en el Jr. Arica s/n, Distrito de Huicungo, Provincia de Mariscal Cáceres, Departamento de San Martín. Es conviviente, tiene 46 años, 06 hijos, dos aun dependen de ella y son quienes también le ayudan en el negocio

Con el fin de contribuir con los ingresos económicos de su hogar le nace la idea de aperturar un pequeño negocio de venta de juanes y anticuchos, acondicionando en la vereda de su casa sus mesitas y sillitas para atender a sus comensales, desde sus inicio las ventas fueron buenas gracias a su buena sazón y amable trato a sus clientes, es así que con su 1er prestamo de S/. 300.00 hace realidad este viejo anhelo por lo que hasta hoy continúa con el mismo negocio.
Con el préstamo de S/. 3000.00, comprará arroz en sacos, gallinas criollas y huevos en javas, ingredientes necesarios para la preparación de los riquísimos juanes (platos típicos de la zona), también hojas de bijao para envolverlos y leña en tercios para cocinarlos, así mismo comprara carne de ganado vacuno para venderlos en kilos, además que le servirá como insumo para la preparación de los anticuchos y así satisfacer el exigente pedido de su clientela.

Su permanencia a este grupo le ha permitido desarrollar su seguridad e independencia.
Nos manifiesta su gran agradecimiento a Manuela Ramos por permitirle crecer como persona y como empresaria

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