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Rosa
Rosa belongs to the Communal Bank “Women Bound for Development”, and she lives in the Morales District, San Martin Province, Department of San Martin. She is widowed, 54 years old, and has 3 children: 2 girls and 1 boy.

Rosa dedicates herself to renting out rooms, and with the aim of expanding her business she puts a lot a work into continuing to get ahead and reaching the goals that she has set for herself.

She tells us that she had previously relied on the support of her husband, and when he passed away she suffered greatly but never allowed it to defeat her. She had to move forward alone to provide her three children with an education and to fulfill the goals that she set for herself. Little by little, she continued improving and building her rooms to then rent.

Today she feels very happy with what she has accomplished, and generates her own monthly income.

Currently she has 5 rooms that she rents to students and university lecturers; this is very convenient given that she lives near the university. At present she continues in this same business located in her own home.

With this loan of 1,800 PEN she will purchase construction materials, such as: 2 cement and sand bags to improve her passageway, and paint to improve the decor.

Rosa has charisma, is happy, and is a friend to her clients, she has their trust and they are punctual with their payments. She comments that the Manual Ramos Movement as organization helps women to develop and progress with the same opportunities as men.
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La señora Rosa, pertenece al Banco Comunal “Mujeres Rumbo al Desarrollo”, vive en el Psje. Callao Nº 150, Distrito de Morales, Provincia de San Martín, Departamento de San Martín. Es Viuda, tiene 54 años y 3 hijos: 02 mujeres y 01 varón.

Con el fin de implementar y ampliar su negocio; ya que se dedica al alquiler de habitacionres, puso mucho empeño para seguir adelante, y cumplir con las metas que se propuso.
Nos cuenta que anteriormente contaba con el apoyo de su esposo y después que falleció sufrió mucho pero nunca se dejo vencer y tuvo que salir adelante sola, para poder dar estudios a sus tres hijos y cumplir con lo que se propuso. Poco a poco, fue mejorando y construyendo sus habitaciones para su respectivo alquiler.
Hoy en día se siente muy contenta con lo logrado, genera sus propios ingresos mensuales.

Ahora cuenta con 05 cuartos, que los alquila a estudiantes y docentes, le conviene mucho ya que vive cerca de una universidad. Hoy continúa con el mismo negocio ubicado en su misma casa.

Con el préstamo de S/. 1,800.00, comprará materiales de construcción, como: 02 sacos de cemento y arena, para mejorar su pasadizo y bolsas de pintura para darle una mejor decoración.

Rosa, tiene carisma, es alegre y es amiga de sus clientes, tiene confianza con ellos y son puntuales con sus pagos.
Comenta que el Movimiento Manuela Ramos como organización ayuda a las mujeres a desarrollarse y progresar con la misma oportunidad que el varón.

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